In solidarity with everyone working from home, we invited our team members (local and remote) to share pictures of their workspaces à la From the desk of Ladyada. By the way, this is a judgment-free zone, whether you have a messy pile of wires, boards, and snacks or a neatly manicured desktop!
Ready for more desk selfies? Here we go!
Adafruit and anime? Aw yeah. That’s a good work-from-home sitch.
Ooh we love a good, clacky keyboard with LEDs!
#TMW when your coworker doesn’t know the meaning of personal space.
So many target options for kitty to casually paw off the desk. And stare straight at you while they do it.
Ah, space and balance. Headphones, hydration, and a game controller.
Diggin’ the sunny burst of yellow from the flowers and disinfecting wipes!
Yet another warm, inviting workspace!
LEGOs and, well– it’s after 5 o’clock somewhere in the world, right? 😉
Check back in later for the next round of desk selfies!
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