This is part 1/2 of our working from home set-ups at Novatech, you can read part 2 here.
With many of us working from home, the amount of time we spend siting at our home set-ups has undoubtedly increased and for many of us we have had to create new workstations. There are a lot of things to consider, functionality, style and comfort to name a few...
(Account Manager, Tom Gregory's impressive RGB custom set-up)
From dedicated offices to working come gaming set-ups, we decided we would share what some of our set-ups look like.
To kick things off here is Louis Jobe’s set-up, Louis is a Senior Account Manager in our Managed Accounts team, working mainly in the creative industry.
Urrrm it has to be the lights right? Favourite thing about my set up is the ability to custom create lighting profiles on Razer Synapse software, which links with my Philips Hue bulb too.
Louis Jobe - Senior Account Manager
Here is Matt Brown’s set-up, Matt is an Account Director working mainly in Defence, Aerospace and Simulation.
The 49” monitor (equivalent to 2x 27” without the bezels) and the USB3.1 gen2 port on my laptop meaning one cable delivers data, power and display. Helps to keep the space tidy.
Matt Brown - Account Director
Here is Nathan Brown’s set-up, Nathan is a Senior Account Manager working with a range of different industries from golf simulations to car garages.
Being able to ‘literally setup my work desk at home in every detail’
Nathan Brown - Senior Account Manager
Here is Tom Gregory’s set-up, Tom is an Account Manager working with clients in industries from Education to the Creative industries.
Cos it has funky lights (thanks for being so detailed Tom)
Tom Gregory - Account Manager
Here is Nick Copeland's set-up, Nick works across a number of different industries, including the Creative industries, Aersospace and IT.
Overall I enjoy working from home and feel productive whilst doing so, this is mainly because I have plenty of room at my desk, as well as 3 monitors and gaming peripherals which are reliable and comfortable to use for long periods of time.
Nick Copeland - Senior Account Manager
Here is Robert Steads' set-up, Robert works in marketing at Novatech in a number of different industries.
Big monitors, big coffee, great Van Gough image plus I can condition the timber for my woodworking projects under the desk!
Robert Stead - Marketing
Hopefully our home working and gaming set-ups has inspired you, remember there’s no wrong or right answer when building your home set-up, as you can see from ours there’s a mixture of different personalities, functionality and style in each. If you need any help with your set-up then please feel free to get in contact.
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