A different kind of article this time. On request of multiple people—after sharing a picture of my new work-from-home (WFH) setup earlier today on Twitter—I decided to write this article to inspire others.
“2 years of digital transformation in 2 months” – Satya Nadella
During COVID-19 it’s more important than ever before to have a proper setup at home. The situation let us—and other large companies think that WFH is becoming normal for the vast majority of companies now as well—not highly depending on role type anymore. Read more about it here.
I’m mostly working from home anyway while I’m not traveling, and therefore it’s important that my physical (and virtual) working environment is fulfilling my needs and makes the best out of me while working remotely.
I hope you can use something out of my setup below. Don’t blame me when you occasionally decide to buy a bunch – happy (re)building!
My equipment list
One thing I’d like to highlight about the setup is the Elgato streaming deck. I had my doubts about it, however, it makes really sense while using it in conjunction with the Key Lights, other home automation, and some custom buttons to switch from audio devices. Obviously, shortcuts to websites are possible as well, however, after two days it more seems to be a nice to have feature.
- DQ12-1041 Monitorarm Nika Silver– with gas spring (right portrait – side screen)
- Newstar FPMA-D935POLE70 (middle-upper screen)
- LaMetric (Smart Home) alarm (really fun!)
Microphone (podcast) equipment
Keyboard and mouse
For all the sharp people here. That’s me on the canvas jumping out of a plane on top of the Grand Canyon last year.
I encourage you to do so too! You can book here