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Bobby Giangeruso is an eighteen-year-old product designer from New Jersey. Despite his young age, Bobby already worked for companies like Layerful and DigitalOcean. His current gig brought him to New York where he works at Microsoft Outlook. He is also the co-founder of Kazmik. A two man team which designs and builds apps.
Bobby was referred to me by previous Desk Hunt interviewee Mike Moloney. Because I’m a sucker for simplicity and minimalism I instantly fell in love with Bobby’s home office desk.
Let’s take a look.
I discovered John Saddington through his work as an indie developer: Desk and Teeny Tokyo. Which the former has been awarded with “Best App of 2014” by Apple.
Sometimes I tend to overcomplicate things and John’s minimalistic approach regarding his desk, work and life itself reminded me of that.
His desk is one of a kind among all of the Desk Hunt setups that I have seen before. Let’s take a look.
If you’re into workspace inspiration you most certainly have stumbled across Oliur Rahman’s blog UltraLinx.
His own workspace is one big inspiration as well. Let’s take a look.
Olia Gozha is the co-founder of a digital design studio called Congruity Hub where she and her team create templates and themes for sale on the Envato Marketplace.
When I found her workspace on one of my hunts, I instantly knew I wanted to share her story and her home office with my fellow desk hunters.
Let’s take a look.
Jeff Sheldon is the founder and designer of Ugmonk. A design brand under which he creates physical products like leather goods, prints and hoodies.
I stumbled across his work quite often (especially his stylishly designed ampersand) while searching for desks to publish on Desk Hunt.
Let’s take a look at his workspace.