Posture is not a rigid concept. It represents something more fluid with considerable range for change. Despite this, it is often oversimplified, rightly or wrongly, as being “good” or “bad”.
We touched on monitor positioning on our Office Gear Guide, and one of the best ways to elevate your monitor to the right height, utilize multiple monitors, and save space on your desk is with a monitor mount, but which one? Mount up and nominate your favorite in the comments.
Wait, did you just put your pencil in the Pantheon? And... are you using the Coliseum to hold erasers? You bet—because this lovely desk set is modelled on fine Italian monuments.
This neat, angular desk tidy is truly 3D—but it hasn't always been that way. In fact, it's put together from a 0.8mm-thick carbon steel, laser-cut beforehand to make it easy to fold into shape.
If you're always on the move but like to have a real desk to work at, maybe designer Tyrone Stoddart's BOXED project is for you: a suitcase that contains an entire collapsable workstation.
This, as you might be able to tell, is no normal desk set-up. Designed to provide the ultimate in both comfort and productivity, we introduce to you the MWE Lab Emperor 1510 LX work station—and if you have to ask how much it costs, you probably can't afford it.
For people that find themselves working literally in the middle of nowhere, a suitable spot to set up office can be a problem, let alone finding power to keep things running. But the KANZ Field Power Desk offers a solution: it's a portable workstation that comes packed with power to keep your devices running.
It would probably be really fun to drive a steamroller. But you have to have a special license for those vehicles, and this awesome tape dispenser looks just like one, so you know, next best thing.
Keeping a desk surface clutter-free is an almost impossible task for some of us, made all the more difficult by streamlined, modern furniture. But while this desk certainly looks sleek at first glance, beneath its surface are all the drawers you could ever ask for in order to keep your workspace tidy.
Sometimes its hard to keep your desk clean and tidy. Turns out, men seem to find it a bigger problem, because a recent study suggests that men have far, far dirtier desks than women.
People in cramped apartments have had to choose between tables or shelves for ages. Without a desk, it's difficult to get real, substantial work done. Without shelves, crap simply piles up around your apartment. But with the Deskbox desk-shelf hybrid, you get both and it doesn't take up any extra space.
The office would be intolerable without toy weapons. How else are you supposed to get someone's attention when they've got headphones on? The new Air Strike Catapult from ThinkGeek is the finest piece of desk artillery we've ever seen. The $15 onager-style catapult is based on the efficient, powerful design of Roman…
At Gizmodo, many of us are fans of the multi-monitor set-up. It's not surprising: it lets us simultaneously keep an eye on breaking news, email, our writing and graphics, too. But is there a limit to how useful multiple monitors can be?
The latest office trend sweeping the nation is stand up desks, according to the Wall Street Journal. A growing number of employees at companies like Facebook and Google are tossing aside their chair and asking to work while standing.
No, someone else isn't playing Ratatat at work (anywhere), that's your phone ringing. But where is it? Under the napkins? Beneath that stack of TPS reports? Who knows. A problem with our ever-shrinking cellphones is that they're getting harder to find.
This replica looks like a ridiculously large iPhone 4, similar to the ginormous fan case we saw recently. But this knockoff Apple product isn't for cooling, it's for lighting your desk.
It's a desk chair! It's an elliptical machine! It's an embarrassment! Ye gods, Hammacher Schlemmer, what have you unleashed this time? And who on earth is going to pony up $8,000 for it?
If we all start reading ebooks instead of plain ol' printed books, then we'll one day find ourselves wondering what to do with our old non-digital tomes. Not this man though, because he already knows what we'll do and got a head start.
This is Grant Sonnex's "computer desk for Apple iMac." Don't you even think about putting some piece-of-shit Acer on it, or Sonnex will personally come to your house and kick you in the groin for having terrible taste. [Design Milk]