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Adapting desktops December 12, 2007

Posted by Levi in Observing.
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 Reception table

Secretaries in their daily work at one of the buildings of the company I work for. The table was not designed to support their tasks.

 Knife seller’s desktop

Work table of a knife seller in Recife downtown. The apparent disorder is actually product of constant adaptation.

 My desktop

I use Windows bar at the screen top because it’s where many of the most used elements are (titles, menus, buttons, tabs etc.). I guess the effort to switch attention between, let’s say, the visual scanning of webpages and chat requests on my instant messengers is reduced.

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