Smart lights, adjustable-height desks, and idea-sharing apps promote occupant health and organization.
By Hallie Busta
Though project deadlines will likely carry over into the new year, unproductive work habits don’t have to. To start off 2015, we’ve gathered gadgets, software, light fixtures, and other tools to help you work more efficiently.
Modus, Shard Designs
Recently, startups and large firms alike have used public crowdfunding platforms to generate the proof-of-concept needed to bring ideas to life. The architecture and design market has not sat this one out, using websites like Kickstarter to launch books, technology, and even projects. Among the latest additions is Modus, a wallet-sized tool that combines a protractor, imperial and metric rulers and compasses, a T-square, rounded edges, and more. The analog design gadget from Pleasanton, Calif.–based Shard Designs is meant for use on the go, facilitating old-school mobile sketching in the digital age.
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