It’s amazing how much time can be saved with a well-organized office space. Even a little organization can go a long way. So, c’mon, let’s get to it.
First, we’ll tackle the big stuff. Computers, scanners, printers, and video magnifiers should be arranged so you can move in a natural flow to different areas of the workspace. For example, put your computer directly in front of you and your printer to the right. Then, put your video magnifier on a desk at a 90-degree angle to your computer so you can easily move to look from one monitor to the other. And find a spot for an adjustable lamp. That way, when you need additional light, you won’t be scrambling.
Of course, the things you use most often should be put within easy reach.
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