Here’s where you can find all 24 quotes.
These are just a few amazing workspace design ideas we thought we should share.
There are a ton of tutorials out there on how to get the “transparent desktop background” effect. It’s a great way to create that feeling of extra space.
If you have a garden you’re not really using then consider turning it into a Zen like outdoor workspace.
This simple workspace takes advantage of a wide work surface and creates a large amount of useful space.
This mobile workspace/ kitchen was created by Mathew Hoffman and combines the eating and working areas of a 70′s era Airstream trailer quite nicely.
Have any other workspace design ideas? Leave a comment below and we’ll add it to the post.
I’ve done my best to eliminate the need for a printer at home. Not only does it save trees but it also means my apartment doesn’t suffocate under reams of useless paper strewn across any available flat surface. But alas the rest of the world still uses paper on a daily basis and I have to take that into account. I recently needed to print forms to sign up with my new ISP (Mweb) and not having a printer made it very difficult. So I decided to get a new one, the HP Deskjet 5070A J611:
I purchased this printer from Incredible connection for R799.00. I think it was a bargain because this little guy is packed with all the features I need to keep up my “go wireless or die trying” policy. It’s a multifunction printer which means it can scan, copy and print. I wish it could send a fax but that would mean I’d have to use my phone line and I dont want to support Telkom anymore than I have to. So yes, it is a great deal on a multifunction printer but wait! There’s more…
Thats right! Its on the list of Apple’s AirPrint enabled printers which means you can print wirelessly from your iOS device. You can also print wirelessly from your Mac or PC and the process is just as easy. For now all you need is a wireless router, the printer and before you know it you’ll be printing wirelessly straight from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
The basic idea is the printer and the iOS device both need a wireless router to play the middle man and allow a smooth, filtered connection. Some of the more expensive printers dont require a router but this one does, and if you’re reading this, chances are you have a wifi router somewhere nearby. If you’re not comfortable with setting up this sort of thing then I must encourage you to try anyway. All you have to do is follow the instructions and do what the printer tells you.
There are two options to set up this particular model and both are done via WPS. You’ll either have to push the WPS button on your router when your printer tells you to or log into the router’s user interface and enter the pin the printer gives you, into the “add device”/ WPS section. Routers vary with where the to enter the pin but if you check Google I guarantee you’ll find a guide for yours.
I use aTP-link router and below is a screenshot of where I put the WPS pin when prompted by the printer:
Feel free to comment below if you’re having any trouble with the setup. Any wireless device has the potential to suddenly stop working for no apparent reason and so it’s just a matter or trial and error.
We have recently moved from the url “http://brandonc.co.za”, that no longer exists anymore, to this new location. We decided to start the blog from scratch and build it in a more optimal fashion. This is partly because we wanted to start out fresh but mostly because we didn’t backup our database… and we’re now paying the price.
In any event we’d like to welcome you to the new ADD Blog and we look forward to conversing with you on all matters Advertising, Digital and Design.
NB (Nic and Brandon)