10 Best Desk Setup of 2017

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10 Best Desk Setup of 2017

Every person has his own batcave. In our situation, Designers and Developers’ batcave is indeed their desk. Specially Designers, which should know about design, take a particular attention to their setup. In this beginning of 2017, a lot of Designers showed their brand new setup, where they are going to spend the majority of their time. Every single setup contains unique items and different hardwares, spacing from iMacs, Laptops, iPads and even Microsoft Tablets. This is the top 10, with the cleanest and also coolest placed to work.

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Eddie Lobanovskiy is one of the most followed Dribbbler, with over 70.000 followers. His desk features a 2014 Macbook Pro supported by a 38″ LG curved monitor. Because of his style and working method, he doesn’t use a mouse, but only a Intous Pro tablet.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

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Pedja Rusic has an extremely cool workspace, where he doesn’t cure only the desk, but even the entire room! It features rose-violet walls with violet desktops, a white couch with violet pillows. Regarding his desk, he has a 21,5″ iMac, a Wacom Tablet and a majestic +40″ display in the middle of the desk.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

Aztech Design

This desk setup is extremely simple, clean and minimalistic. It features a light wooden desk surface, with two white IKEA drawers that supports the main table. The chair is also white with wooden legs. His main equipment is composed by a Macbook Pro placed on a stand with also the iPhone on his right, also supported by a metallic stand.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

Workspace

Also this workspace is extremely clean and minimalistic. It features a love for the white. In fact, he works with a 5k iMac, a Macbook Pro on a white table, with a white wall and white ornaments. The only touch of color is given by the firewatch wallpaper of his main machine, featuring red and orange tones.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

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This is indeed one of the best desk setup of 2017, thank to its cleanliness and simplicity. Unfortunately, this is only a render, but still, remains a really cool place where to be creative.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

Best of Both Worlds!

Virgil’s setup features a colorful workspace, thank to a colored violet light placed behind his main machines. It features a 2013 Macbook Pro, 2012 27″ Thunderbolt display and a 2016 Surface Pro 4. On the very far left, he has a custom built PC for 3D and animations.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

My Workspace

Nathan, one of the designers at Green Chameleon features an incredible setup, where wood is the king. He has an iMac supported by a secondary screen. Both of them are elevated from the main wooden desk on a secondary surface. Also his accessories are made of wood or brown leather. The only non-wooden elements are his computer’s wallpapers, but they show an (obviously) wooden forest.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

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Paperpillar’s agency features a clean and minimalistic office, with white IKEA desks and colorful chairs. Their main machines are Macbooks and iMacs. A really neat feature is their cat, which they consider part of the office.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

My Workstation

Vince’s desk setup is really unique and one of the best desk setup inspiration of 2017, because it features a dark environment composed by dark elements, illuminated only by a desk lamp. It almost has an police interrogatory atmosphere rather than a workspace.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

META Desk – 2017

Nikhil’s workspace is also really clean, and despite the other designers featured in this article, he works with a PC rather than Macs. His setup features two monitors an a custom made PC which features violet lights.

Hardware Components

Source: Dribbble

Bonus Workspaces from 2016

Even if they were used in 2016, they still look really clean and usable also in 2017. That is the reason why we decided to include them as one of the Best Desk Setup of 2017.

Source: Dribbble

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