In a city where it’s difficult to get work done while using your phone, many designers are turning to desktop computers for the work they can’t do in a mobile workspace.
It can be hard to figure out how to work with a laptop or tablet, and many people don’t have a way to get started.
The answer, many experts say, is to put the desktop on your desktop computer.
“It’s an ideal place to start working on a design or to design your own artwork,” said Dan Pomerantz, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who teaches design and technology courses.
Pomerantz says the same design techniques are important for designers who are trying to create something that can’t be done in a smartphone.
“A lot of people don’st understand the value of design in a desktop,” he said.
In a survey of 1,000 people in New York, Pomeranz found that 40 percent of people said they had created work that was too big to print or distribute, compared to 28 percent of those who said they didn’t have enough time to work on the work.
Pomerants findings are echoed by other research.
Researchers at the London School of Economics and Political Science, in collaboration with researchers at the MIT Media Lab, found that desktop computers had an advantage in terms of speed and productivity.
They also found that users of desktop computers also tend to be more creative and analytical.
To see how you can make the best use of a desktop, check out this infographic.