Who could not be inspired with a view like that?
I believe that in order to create the inspiring, you must first be inspired (no, this is not yet another CSS gallery for you to rip designs from, sorry). I'm talking about your work environment.
Granted, a good environment and a sweet setup might not turn you into a digital-age Leonardo da Vinci, but it sure could make your project more fun. And even if you're a mere mortal and cannot afford your own Conference Bike, that doesn't mean you can't drool at somebody else's.
With that said, keep an eye out here at WorthWorkingFor.com, featuring workspaces that making working worth the work (I would trademark that, but I'm saving up for a conference bike).
P.S. If you have your own sweet setup or know about one, feel free to give me a shout at elliot (at) elliotswan.com.
It’s amazing how much you can fit into small spaces like this with the help of some good organizing:
A great setup with some great shots. Would love to see how it all looks in full color, but this will just have to do.
Quite a workspace—excuse me, playspace—built over two IKEA Jerker desks. Quite a lot of cool equipment used here, so make sure to check it out for all the details.
I love love love this office and definitely recommend viewing it large. The desk is held up by triangular supports with built-in shelves, and the desktop uses raised glass to allow room for important things such as MacBook Pros.
Here we have what is probably the ultimate dorm room setup for a Computer Science student, located under a raised bed. Powered mostly be a Mac Pro, it also features a 4 displays, a MacBook Pro, a Linux server, surround sound, and a whole lot of other goodness.