Cable Management & Simplicity are everything. Nobody wants to see clutter, and messy cables just make a job look half finished. The key to a perfect setup is time spent on the small things you think people wont notice, but in reality are the make or break of a desk/work space.
Also, another idea could be to maybe do x2 reviews a week. Maybe something on a Monday of what products you’re going to test over the week, what you’re expecting out of it and then another review on a Friday/Sunday of what you thought of it, whether it lived up to what you expected etc
It’s not so much about your dedicated office, but more about your newer room which you’re currently using for storage. That would make a great “meeting” space for your clients. Whilst your office with the desks is all smart, it’s not a “customer” environment, where as the other room with a nice table, chairs, maybe x2 sofas where you could have…[Read more]
i think for the office you should put in a small mini fridge to hold water, fizzy drinks and some food so you can do longer editing and recording sessions at the office so you can keep up the great content.
Change the ladders to the new room into floating stairs (cant stand the amount of dirt on the white wall that is next to the current ladders…).
Change the legs of your desk into thicker legs (white wooden legs would looks great (this would also show symmetry with the editing desk)
Put a carpet or some kind of flooring into the new room.