Howdy and welcome,
For Whats On Your Workstation Wednesday, I'm showing a rare site - my tidy table! I've been trying very hard to make this space work for me.
Tidy workstation - ready for next project
The color section in this photo is 'the current project' rack. But it's full of stuff to be filed.
Over the past few months, I just threw stuff on the rack. Now it's time to sort and organize,
so that the rack can be used for it's intended purpose -
notes, sketches, ideas and inspirations for 'The Current Project'.
These are clear plastic bins for sorting 'stuff' on the current project rack. There is a 3rd rack to the right - not pictured. These are lids from some kitchen storage containers.
This week I'll be sorting the 'stuff'.
MY EFFICIENCY CHALLENGE
Becuase I'm ambidexterous, my work process use tools and supplies from both the left-hand and the right-hand sides of the table. It's not the right-to-left process or left-to-right process, normally recommended for efficient work spaces. Being ambidexterous makes it challenging to setup my 'ideal' efficient workstation - but I'm slowly getting closer.
There is an article from CPS (Cloth Paper Scissors magazine) I just read on the rack. It describes a few traits of an ideal studio - and I'm trying to focus on those traits. The most important traits to me are dedicated homes for WIP (works in progress) and deciated homes for finished works.
What about you? Do you have a right-to-left process? Do you have a dedicated space for WIPs? Or finished works?
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