Cool Workstations

cool workstation So what makes a cool work area for a computer? This site has some pretty interesting images. Coolness seems to come from the number of connected screens, the screen size, clarity and then the way peripherals are neatly accommodated into the system. Then there is the lighting coolness factor and the screen saver factor. Apples are featuring pretty strongly on this site so they must have a coolness rating. So if we are planning work stations, desk areas and work places for schools, does coolness have a role? If we set up cool work areas would students function and focus better? Are lighting and screen quality important. We do live in a visual world and I would expect students to respond well to cool work areas. The thing I like is schools could easily and profitably engage students in designing cool workspaces. I am sure students would love to do that. I just really enjoyed looking at the cool set ups available on the site and would love to see more of this since we do live in a technological age. Car design and functionality are important. Why shouldn’t space and functionality be important?

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