Peeping into 88 Designer’s Workstations in the Design Community

Peeping into 88 Designer's Workstations in the Design Community

We have seen lots of beautiful websites, created by many talented web designers from around the world. And I bet many of us are curious to know how their workstations look like or what kind of computers they use. Web designers spend most of their time in front of their computers, and they will make their workstations as comfortable as possible, based on their styles and needs.

To abate everyone’s curiosity, we are going to take a peek at some workstations of web designers from around the world. Every picture was sent and shared personally by each individual web designer and we hope that the pictures of their workstations will inspire you to give your own workstation at home a makeover as well.

A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station…

Designer's Workstation

Showcase of Workstations

Jonathan Patterson

Fresh Meat is the antithesis of stale. Seasoned enough to get the job done, but fresh enough to be current, Jonathan Patterson is Fresh Meat.

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Patterson

Dean Oakley

Dean Oakley lives on the Gold Coast, Australia, where he graduated as Bachelor of IT with 1st Class Honours from Griffith University in 2004. Since then he has been enjoying working in web design and development.

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Oakley

Jonathan Snook

Jonathan Snook is a creator of striking designs, impeccable markup and code, and forward-thinking ideas and applications.

Website | Twitter
Snook

Gian Carlo Franco

Gian Carlo Franco is a web designer, front-end developer, and WordPress themer currently living in Vancouver.

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Franco

Sujie Wang

Sujie Wang is a web designer and developer since 10+ years ago.

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Wang

Bojan Janjanin

Bojan Janjanin is a freelance web designer based in Croatia and Yesterdayishere is his online home.

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Janjanin

Elliot Jay Stocks

Elliot Jay Stocks is a designer, an illustrator, a speaker, and an author. Occasionally, he has been known to wear the ‘musician’ hat, too.

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Stocks

Marko Dugonjićf0

A web professional from Velika Gorica, Croatia. The nick maratz was acquired in the ‘90s, hence the domain name.

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Dugonjic

Joseph Lifrieri

Joseph Lifrieri ia a visual artist specializing in illustration and design for digital mediums. He likes zombies, legos, and video games.

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Lifrieri

Darren Hoyt

Darren Hoyt is an interface designer and developer based in New York. In addition to client work, he releases his own products and writings on the side.

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Hoyt

Thomas Veit

Thomas Veit is a web developer, designer and WordPress Rockstar! He loves creative work like designing websites or creating music on his lovely mac computer.

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Veit

Bogdan Sandu

Web designer from Bucharest, Romania, owner of design your way.

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Sandu

Magnus Jepson

Magnus Jepson is a web designer and co-founder of WooThemes, from Norway.

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Jepson

Andrayogi

Andrayogi is a web designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. He fell in love with web design since he was in high school, that would be around 1999.

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Yogi

Delphine Pages

Delphine Pagès is a graphic/web designer and a cheese “monster”. She is a French and lives in London.

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Pages

Steve Mullen

Steve Mullen is a web designer and front end developer from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He enjoys making the web a better looking place.

Website | Twitter
Mullen

Rich McNabb

Freelance website designer with work showcased internationally most recognizable at smashingmagazine.com, cssmania.com and creattica.com.

Website | Twitter
Mcnabbs

Daniel Gutierrez

Daniel Gutierrez is a young designer from Chile who wants to change the world into a colorful place.

Website | Twitter
Gutierrez

Ryan Scherf

Ryan Scherf is a web designer, developer, entrepreneur and standards evangelist located in Minneapolis, MN.

Website | Twitter
Scherf

Jamison Banham

Jamison Banham is a graphic and web designer, and internet marketer. His interests are anything design related, online business, partying hard and enjoying life.

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Banham

Yichi

Yichi is a graphic user interface designer from China with a passion for visual and interactive design.

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Yichi

Angel Sulistyo

Angel Sulistyo has been making websites since 1999. She learns it by herself, she is a self-taught person and a fast learner.

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Sulistyo

Larissa Meek

Larissa Meek has been a 3D animator, Miss USA finalist, model, actress and reality TV star. She is really an artist at heart and eventually discovered a passion for the interactive medium.

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Meek

Juanma Teixido

Juanma Teixidó is a graphic/web designer from Paraguay.

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Teixido

Leticia Motta

Leticia Motta is a visual and interaction designer from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is a compulsive blog reader and online music listener.

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Motta

Inayaili de León

Inayaili de León is a web designer. That makes websites both beautiful and easy to use — she can make a lot of amorphous content look clean and simple.

Website | Twitter
Deleon

Lea Alcantara

Lea Alcantara is the Creative Principal / Chief Hired Gun of Lealea Design.

Website | Twitter
Alcantara

Mike

Mike designed his first site back in 1998. Since then he has worked for a number of web design studios, advertising agencies, and online corporations.

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Mike

Albert Lo

Albert Lo specializes in creating websites with visual flair that are user-friendly and built according to best-practice web standards. He also creates corporate identity, branding and graphic designs for the web.

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lo

Matt Bango

Matt Bango is currently a 23 year old web developer working at The New York Times in New York City.

Website | Twitter
Bango

Nathan Carnes

Nathan Carnes, a freelance graphic designer and website developer from Bellingham, Washington.

Website | Twitter
Carnes

Timothy Van Sas

Timothy van Sas but also respond to Tim or Rambo. He is very good at web design, XHTML, CSS, and smooth dancing!

Website | Twitter
Vansas

Chris Hortsch

Graphic designer and web designer from Hamburg, Germany, 23 years young and always on the lookout for new challenges.

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Hortsch

Tanya Merone

Tanya Merone is a graphic designer based in New York, specializing in user interface design and development.

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Merone

Alyssa Tucker

Designing clean, intuitive websites is what she likes to focus on while keeping in mind the user experience throughout the process.

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Tucker

Catarina Brito

Catarina Brito’s passion for design is what drives her ideas, hard work and will to go beyond what’s expected.

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Brito

James Li

A visual designer based out of Taipei, Taiwan specializing in interactive design, print design and project management.

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li

Matt Cronin

Matt Cronin is a professional web designer and developer. He is a pro in everything from Photoshop and Illustrator to HTML and PHP.

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Cronin

Kristof Orts

A different designer from the great city of Antwerp. He’s also a developer, illustrator and all around good guy that loves graphic & web design.

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Orts

Ignaty Nikulin

An European web designer and developer, soon moving to work in London. He loves animals and donate 5% of all his profits to World Wildlife Fund.

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Nikulin

Jonno Riekwel

Six years ago, Jonno Riekwel started self-learning Photoshop and later on HTML and CSS. It was the best decision he made to date.

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Riekwel

Andrew Canham

Andrew Canham loves web design, web standards and all that jazz.

Website | Twitter
Canham

Janine Pring

A freelance web designer from the Philippines.

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Pring

Jonas Lekevicius

Jonas Lekevicius is a web and graphic designer freelancing since 2005. With each project he strives to create innovative and original yet simple and usable design.

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Lekevicius

David Desandro

David Desandro revels in the creative process. Building from the foundations of art, math, and logic, he produces elegant, inspiring interfaces. Exploring uncharted waters in the medium, he innovates to find new ways to design for the web.

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Desandro

Max Tillich

Max Tillich designs and develops things for the web after school.

Website | Twitter
Tillich

Aaron Moody

Aaron Moody is a web and graphic designer, he creates visual solutions for passionate individuals and businesses.

Website | Twitter
Moody

Matt Regan

A designer stationed in Taipei, Taiwan. Not only is he a great guy, but he can help develop your website in Taiwan.

Website
Regan

Sara Tusar

Sara Tusar eats, breathes, and dreams web design. Awesome web design.

Website
Tusar

Trevor Sheridan

Trevor Sheridan is a software developer/designer located in Denver Colorado. He works for himself and wouldn’t have it any other way. Like a lot of developers he loves open source and try to contribute to these projects whenever time permits.

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Trevor Sheridan

Kevin Vertommen

Kevin Vertommen is a design addict from Belgium. He is also interested in football and games.

Website | Twitter
Theroxor

Jon Phillips

Jon Phillips is the lead designer and founder of SpyreStudios.

Website | Twitter
Spyrestudios

Spencer Sy

A web graphic designer and Illustrator who combines hand drawing skills with digital graphics for the web and print. Loves to design and illustrate almost anything related to the web or print.

Website | Twitter
Spencersy

Richie Thimmaiah

Richie Thimmaiah lives in suburban Bangalore, India and he is doing his bachelors in electronics engineering. He is the founder of Richworks – a design blog.

Website | Twitter
Richie

Ben

Ben is the founder of the design blog, Pixel Clouds. He loves designing graphics and websites.

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Pixel Clouds

Niccolò Favari

He does web development and web design. He is passionate about digital communication and quite a visionary dreamer about its future possibilities. If it’s digital and it carries information, He is all for it.

Website | Twitter
Niccolò Favari

Matt Hamm

Matt Hamm is a web designer & illustrator and he is the co-founder and creative director at Supereight Studio, which is a small web design studio based in Guildford, Surrey, UK.

Website | Twitter
Matt Hamm

Marcin Dziewulski

Marcin Dziewulski is currently living in Warsaw, Poland. He is a web enthusiast, CSS and jQuery addict. In his opinion, MODx CMS is the best to create websites.

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Marcin Dziewulski

Kim Burgess

An eclectic fusion of UI and UX designer, code monkey and AV geek, Kim Burgess is a multimedia professional that has a passion for creating experiences which blur the line between the physical and digital worlds. By day he develops interactive media environments and by night experiments with ways in which to better computers’ ability to speak human.

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Kim Burgess

Kaue Ribeiro

Kaue Ribeiro is a Brazilian-born UX Designer and front-end web developer currently working in Florida. When he is not working at a company he is here at my home workstation.

Website | Twitter
Kaue Ribeiro

Jozef Toth

Jozef Toth is a Slovak based web designer and owner of a Drupal web design studio – Mogdesign. He blogs about web design and open-source CMS. In his free time he loves to be with his family, play music and sports.

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Jozef Toth

Jessica Weber

He has been running Star Graphic Design out of his home office for 3 years now. Things are going really good, so he is considering looking at renting some space to separate home and work.

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Jessica Weber

Jacob Ras

Jacob Ras is a freelance web designer who creates professional and attractive websites. In his spare time, he also creates WordPress plugins and works on his own projects.

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Jacob Ras

Helen Huang

Helen Huang is a vector artist currently residing in Los Angeles. She is passionate about fashion and design. Her style is modern and elegant at the same time, with heavy Asian influence by her Chinese heritage.

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Helen Huang

Heinrich Laubscher

Heinrich Laubscher is a studio’s rising star. He studied sound engineering and writes rocking guitar riffs. He has managed to learn web design in record time under our studio’s guidance after falling in love with Photoshop.

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Heinrich Laubscher

Febby Tan

Febby Tan is a 20-years-old graphic artist from Indonesia. A full-time freelancer, college student, musician, mac geek, and gadget savvy.

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Febby

Gavin Elliot

Gavin Elliot is the marketing and creative guy at Codeworks, he’s a designer, writer and creative strategist.

Website | Twitter
Gavin Elliott

Dan Sherratt

Dan Sherratt is a web designer from Sheffield who loves to talk about himself in the third person.

Website | Twitter
Danstyled

Kaleb W

User experience design (UX), developer, and typography are all strong skills he posses. Photography is also a passion of his.

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Cujo

Callum Chapman

Callum Chapman is a self-employed designer and blogger from Royston (near Cambridge), UK, trading under his own company called Circlebox Creative. He writes for various blogs such as Circlebox Blog, the Tuts+ Network, Smashing Magazine and Webdesigner Depot – as well as taking on interesting and relevant design projects.

Website | Twitter
Callum Chapman

Brendon Grobler

Brendon Grobler is a designer working with and building websites, but he is also mad on all kinds of design, photography, expressions of creativity, and sports.

Website
Brendon Grobler

Bogdan Teodorescu

Bogdan Teodorescu, a 26 year old graphic designer from Romania, successfully handled many big fish like L’Oreal, Carlsberg, Lipton, Audi, LG during his 5 years of experience in the online industry.

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Bogdan Teodorescu

Benny Roth

Benny Roth is a 28 year old webdesigner and developer, living in Munich, loving typography, colors & clean web design always inspired by nature and music.

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Benny Roth

Fandy

Fandy has experiences in various software development projects in Netway Utama, PT., iBAR Sistem Solusi, PT., and Knowment AIE – Plasmedia, as Graphic and Web Designer.

Website | Twitter
Artsfan

Andy Sowards

Andy Sowards is a professional web developer, programmer (primarily PHP, Javascript and Actionscript), family man, and all around advocate of all things technological.

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Andy Sowards

Andrea Austoni

Andrea Austoni has been a graphic designer for over 10 years. He started out in 3D art then branched out in identity, advertising and packaging.

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Andrea Austoni

Alexis Brille

Alexis Brille is a project manager and user interface/experience designer from Atlanta, USA with 8 years of experience in Art and Design. She has no idea how she got to holding a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from the University of Wollongong, AUS.

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Alexis Brille

Alex Carabi

Alex Carabi is an American/Swedish freelance web designer based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has a notorious soft spot for double-espressos, olive oil and jazz.

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Alex Carabi

Nikola Lazarevic

Nikola Lazarevic is the owner of Webexpedition. A web design and development blog.

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Nikola Lazarevic

Special from Onextrapixel

For this article, Onextrapixel team and some of the writers have also revealed their workstations below.

Charlotte Lam

Charlotte Lam is a web designer and the editor of OXP. Her interest is in web interface and design as well as motion graphics. Her absorption with her work is mostly due to her attention to detail and passion for the world of design.

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Charlotte

Terrance Huang

Terrance Huang is a web developer and the editor of OXP. He enjoys creating functional websites and is particularly engrossed in all the tiny details mixed together to construct great user interface experiences.

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Terrance

Citra Sudiro

Citra Sudiro is a graphic designer by day and a blogger by night. Her enthusiasm for illustrations and design often takes her on long surfing trips on the internet, looking for new and interesting stuff.

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Citra

Marko Randjelovic

Marko is a freelance web designer & developer based in Serbia. He is always trying to improve his skills and create a better user experience for his clients.

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Randjelovic

Yaron Schoen

Yaron Schoen is an experienced designer, art director and digital artist living in Manhattan, New York. He specializes in many different fields of design but his primary focus is Web & Application Design.

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Schoen

Dave Gamache

Dave Gamache loves design. His workstation setup is simple and clean to keep him focused and happy while he plugs away at freelance. Do check out his award-winning portfolio site.

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Dave Gamache

Shay Howe

Shay Howe is a professional web and user interface designer currently living in Chicago, IL working for a variety of clients all across the country. He periodically writes in his blog, letscounthedays, where he talks about web design and development.

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Shay Howe

Miki Mottes

A self taught cynic who loves black humour and anything retro, Miki Mottes has been creating animations and illustrations for the past few years as a full time freelancer.

Website | Twitter
Miki Mottes

Kean Richmond

Kean Richmond has been working as a web designer and developer since 2006 after graduating with a BSc in Web Development. He strives to design and build creative and visually appealing websites that are of standards compliant and search engine friendly.

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Kean Richmond

Conclusion

Web designers need workstations that allow them to work comfortably and think creatively. Every web designer has their own style and personality, and their workstations reveal much about them. Whether they use a PC or a Mac, every set-up has its own story and each plays an important role in helping their web designers finish the work successfully.

How does your workstation at home look like? Tell us your story or share a picture with us on the comment section.

Oridusartic is a graphic designer by day and a blogger by night. Her enthusiasm for illustrations and design often takes her on long surfing trips on the internet, looking for new and interesting stuff. Just read the letters of the word ‘Oridusartic’ backwards and what you get, is her real name.

Comments

    • Dawn,
    • April 5, 2010
    / Reply

    Nice home workstations, am I the only designer that still works in an office? =P
    Where are all the client files, notepads, and whiteboards?

    1. / Reply

      We keep everything in mind, we are freelancers, maniacs. (>”;”)>

    2. / Reply

      Haha, you are right – seems most people are freelancers here.

      I don’t know how people can work without whiteboards though – I find them almost indispensable in my workflow.

      Surprised to see so few people with graphics tablets too… Maybe it’s just me…

      1. / Reply

        I know what you mean.

        I usually do whiteboards for fast stuff but anything else, Moleskine.

  1. / Reply

    Thanks for showcasing my humble little bedroom workstation. Alongside some of these truly beautiful workstations mine looks like it needs some improvement!

    Again thanks.

  2. / Reply

    Thanks for the mention.
    Nice to see how others to their magic.

  3. / Reply

    Hello,

    Thank You for including my workstation. So happy yet so very shy because I’m the only freelancer does doesn’t have any mac or any widescreen monitor to show up. LOL

    Thank you!

    1. / Reply

      Hi Janine, don’t be shy about it. You aren’t the only one :)

  4. / Reply

    Sweet, mine made the first of the list!

    1. / Reply

      LOL. Your name must be the lucky one. We might roll the dice and it’s happened to point at your name. ^^

  5. / Reply

    Thank you guys :)
    i nearly like them all, the imac setups look very clean.

  6. / Reply

    Great showcase! Best office/workstation round-up I’ve seen in a while, and the first I’ve made it into! :D

    My office is changing in a weeks time ’cause I’m moving out of parents house – shame this post wasn’t a week or two later! ;)

  7. / Reply

    It’s really awesome to see so many web designers could participate in this post. I really appreciate for everyone’s time and generosity in sharing their workstation pictures. :)

    1. / Reply

      No problemo.

  8. / Reply

    Nice showcase, thanks for including my workstation! :)

  9. / Reply

    What an impressive showcase! Thanks for featuring me :)

  10. / Reply

    I think just my workstation is messy

    • Leslie Moore,
    • April 6, 2010
    / Reply

    Amazing and it really open up for us to see how other designer’s workstations look like. By the way, how do I get into the list? I’m so frustrated that I am not being invited!

    1. / Reply

      Hello Leslie. Thank you for the comment.

      There’s always a next opportunity for other web designers to be included on our next showcase article. Keep creating and designing cool websites and share the url of your portfolio site here and we might invite you for the next article if the chance is opened again. :)

        • Leslie Moore,
        • April 6, 2010
        / Reply

        Thanks Oridusartic! I will continue to work hard!

  11. / Reply

    Thank you for featuring my work station :D

  12. / Reply

    Muy buena coleccion de workstation, hay unos muy buenos. Muchas gracias por contemplarme en este listado.

    Nice workstation roundup!.. there is a lot pretty good. Thanks for including mine.

    1. Awesome workstations! IKEA FTW!!

  13. / Reply

    Oh dear, this is a great roundup!

    @Janine: You don’t need a mac for become a freelancer :D You need yourself confidence to deal with clients and charge them as much as you can. Mac cannot help you!

  14. / Reply

    Awesome workspaces.

    Don’t forget mine;
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/panthersweat/4318301736/

  15. / Reply

    I would like to have the same workspace ;)
    Great photos!

  16. / Reply

    This is an awesome roundup! I really enjoying checking out how other designers set up their stations! And thanks for including mine here!

  17. / Reply

    Thanks for including mine here. Man!!!, I need to buy a set of Mac computers just for the sake of it … It invariably makes the workspace look neat and tidy…

    Great idea for a post….

  18. / Reply

    Great article and an inspiration to designers in setting up their workstations. Most of the workstations featured are awesome and cozy. I think workstations are an important part of a designer’s creativity.

    Thanks to the Onextrapixel team for featuring my workstation. Appreciate the effort.

  19. / Reply

    Cheers for the inclusion. I feel a little special being the only quad header :).

    That ones the coding rig, you can check out the design and media geekery rig here: http://bit.ly/studio_rig

  20. / Reply

    A post on the nastiest workstations would add real contrast. Cigarettes butts lined up on a keyboard that has not been cleaned off in years and a torrent of beer cans, aging wine in glasses, dried up soda spots…. you get the idea.

    But then again a West Elm desk with two 24’s, a keyboard, speaker, and mouse on my desktop with the tower underneath. No more than 5 things. I love minimalism, it is essential for a proper learning and working environment.

  21. / Reply

    Looks like I am the only one without a desk :D

  22. An interesting insight into other designers workspaces!

    Makes me want to tidy up mine a bit more (streamline how I do my sketches and refer to them, I am thinking a cork board next to the computer is MUCH better than just having them on a stand like I do at the moment) and get some more inspiration items to surround me to keep me reminded about all these great work areas!

    Nice to see such a wide range of designers too!

  23. / Reply

    I thought the same thing as Dawn, Where are all the client files, notepads, and whiteboards?

    1. / Reply

      Some people hide them for the sake of a clean photo.

  24. / Reply

    Wow, this is truly mac dominated industry.

  25. / Reply

    That’s a huge list. It’s really cool to see how everyone works. I loved it. I also believe everyone did at least a little bit of tidying up before taking a pic of it…haha… at least I know I did.

    Thank you posting my humble yet wacky little corner in this cool list.

  26. / Reply

    Yikes! A little embarrassing actually seeing my messy, thrashed up workstation next to some beautiful setups. Next time I’ll tidy up a bit and hide my daughter’s pokemon stickers plastered all over my desk. :p Great showcase nonetheless!

    • div,
    • April 6, 2010
    / Reply

    Good to see so many workstations of various peoples…………… many of them are truly beautiful and wonderful infact………. thanks for sharing..:)

  27. / Reply

    Thanks for the showcase! Nice to know i’m not the only one without an iMac :).

    • Matt,
    • April 6, 2010
    / Reply

    Ah missed out. Here’s mine anyway now that I’ve taken the photo! http://matthewbrown.com.au/2010/04/06/my-work-area/

    I feel as though my area is perhaps a bit messy – Dunno how you guys keep yours so clear! Every day there is something else that has to go somewhere!

    1. / Reply

      Thanks for sharing your space Matt. Lol. I think many cleared the bulk away to snap the picture! Some work efficiently with things surrounding them.

        • Matt,
        • April 7, 2010
        / Reply

        No worries Charlotte (I need to get my act together a bit sooner next time!) I agree though, if everything is away somewhere, it takes much to long to find it when I need it!

  28. / Reply

    I guess this is the first workstation collection I’ve come across, nice compilation.

  29. / Reply

    Thanks for displaying my desk guys, hope in the near future I can have the same workstation like other designers displayed above

  30. / Reply

    i don’t have a workspace.
    I worked everywhere :(

    • Walcott,
    • April 7, 2010
    / Reply

    Well, I guess some of the designers need a good CAMERA! Great designer doesn’t make good photographer?

  31. / Reply

    Just thought I would share mine as well…

    http://bit.ly/9v6AYB

  32. / Reply

    Nice to watch and looking to have the same kind of setting in my home…

  33. / Reply

    It’s great to see how someone works. Thanks for placing me on this list :)

  34. / Reply

    Awesome collection, happy to see I made the list as well.

    It is also good to see that I am not the only designer still using an older model MacBook Pro. I was starting to think my computer was a dinosaur until I saw this post. It runs great so why replace it? Reassuring to see others who haven’t upgraded.

    • sin,
    • April 8, 2010
    / Reply

    hi,Nikulin:)
    your workstation make me feel warm and congenial。but i dont think the little bear enjoy his site there。would you mind give him a roomy place?just a suggest~ :)

    1. / Reply

      Hahaha nice suggestion. The bear does seem a bit squeezed up there. ^^

    2. / Reply

      Hi sin,

      It is my wife’s bear so I could try to ask her about it, but now we moving to London (I am already here) and I think that this bear will live in a box with others friends for around a six months (-_- ).

  35. / Reply

    Thanks for the mention, guys!

    • rocket,
    • April 9, 2010
    / Reply

    onextrapixel.com – I Bet you can do better!!! :) Get us something nice to read and worth looking into.

  36. / Reply

    Someone is bitter…

  37. / Reply

    This is awesome effort. Congrats Citra Sudiro. This is simply awesome list.

  38. / Reply

    here’s another list from my blog of some familiar designers and their workspace:
    http://interactiveblend.com/blog/interactive/show-me-what-youre-workin-with-2/

    • diago,
    • April 14, 2010
    / Reply

    just about money

  39. / Reply

    Very Nice! Where can I get one of those macbook shelves?

      • Joe,
      • April 23, 2010
      / Reply

      Great stand – http://www.raindesigninc.com/mstand.html

  40. / Reply

    I see IKEA furniture is a favorite of all designers =)

    • Anon,
    • April 19, 2010
    / Reply

    All of these workstations and not a single Cintiq 21ux tablet? Interesting.

    • Elmer,
    • April 23, 2010
    / Reply

    Seriously is it just me or is this the most boring collection of desks I have ever seen.
    When did design become so boring.

  41. / Reply

    Wow, what a collection. I am kinda jealous of the guy at the beach.

  42. / Reply

    Very great collection of designer’s workstation… All station are beautiful…

    • nobody,
    • May 7, 2010
    / Reply

    Waaay too many Macs here. 52/88? That’s just sad, that over half of all designers don’t care about productivity or compatibility or battery life or cost effectiveness or processing power or the many other things Macs lose out on.

    1. / Reply

      Lol, you’re just trying to start an argument :)

      On that note though, I’m not sure how you call my 8x 2.8ghz core losing out on processing power, if you ask me the fact that I can start work in 20 seconds on my Mac as opposed to 3 minutes on my Windows 7 machine is a pretty good increase in productivity on it’s own. In regards to battery life, my Macbook Pro gets 3 hours, not as good as the new ones or as some Windows laptops, but certainly better than plenty as well and more than enough for my needs. Compatibility, well, that’s my specialty, and I do it primarily on Mac’s. Cost effectiveness is simply in the eye of the beholder, if it gets you more done with less down time but at a higher initial cost, it’s probably still more cost effective than a cheaper alternative.

      But hey, I’m not trying to argue with you, just putting out why I use Mac’s, however, I also use Windows, each have their purpose.

  43. / Reply

    Elliot Jay Stocks’s is a beauty

    • P. O.,
    • May 21, 2010
    / Reply

    Very good workstations that provide inspiration to each individual artist.

  44. Love seeing other people’s work station. It’s inspiring! Thanks for the share!

    • Hermes Kelly,
    • July 9, 2010
    / Reply

    Waaay too many Macs here. 52/88? That’s just sad, that over half of all designers don’t care about productivity or compatibility or battery life or cost effectiveness or processing power or the many other things Macs lose out on.

  45. / Reply

    Some great workstations people have there! This is giving me plenty of inspiration for my new office that I run my freelance webdesign business out of.

    I’m probably going to make my own desk, it has to be as big as possible, while keeping a minimalistic look to it.

  46. / Reply

    Very fantastic…designs and models of workstationss…….really amazing..Thanks for sharing

  47. / Reply

    Fantastic designs of collections…its amazing workstations…wonderful..thanks for sharing

    • Muzzy,
    • October 15, 2010
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    thanks brooo or sis…. g suka banget………
    really nice collection…… ^^

    • Derry,
    • October 16, 2010
    / Reply

    Great workstations very jealous of some of them, i can just about make out my own from behind the mess.

  48. / Reply

    Great collection. my vote is Inayaili ‘s room :)

  49. / Reply

    Very fantastic…designs and models of workstationss!!

  50. / Reply

    Classic retro but relatively easy to do for a beginner…

    • bobo,
    • April 28, 2011
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    Great collection

  51. / Reply

    nice office showcase! i love Elliot Jay Stocks office in particular… also i was beginning to think i’m the only one without a Mac

    • Joe,
    • February 13, 2012
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    How are they running more than 3 monitors from a macbook??

  52. / Reply

    Really nice, this inspires me to post my own pictures of my work space which is awesome, or least I believe so :P

  53. / Reply

    Really nice, this inspires me to post my own pictures of my work space which is awesome, or least I believe so… :P

  54. / Reply

    Awesome collection! So inspiring! Like all of these workstations!

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