Desk Designs to help you achieve your daily productivity goals + improve work life!

I spend a substantial amount of my day on my desk, typing away to glory. Most of the time I also end up eating my meals on it! And binge-watching on some Netflix as well. And I’m sure that’s the case with most of us, since work from home became the new norm, and our home offices became our new hang-out spots. But having a great desk is really important! Simply a ‘good’ desk won’t do either. A great desk helps us work comfortably and effectively. It puts us in the right mindset, helping us achieve our daily productivity goals and checkmark all the tasks on our to-do list! Not only should our desks be clean, but they should also sport an ergonomic and functional design! And good looks are an added bonus. And finding a desk that does all of the above can be a Herculean task. But worry not! We’ve curated a collection of innovative, highly functional, and aesthetically pleasing desk designs, that will end your hunt for a great desk once and for all! From a multifunctional desk that features entertainment and work modules to a desk with a roof garden – there’s a perfect desk in here for everyone.

The Piano desk gives that traditional design a nod by incorporating it into your familiar wooden desk with some additional inspiration from the Standard chair by Jean Prouvé that elevates the minimal piece. The Piano desk was created so the designer could experiment with a hybrid material selection and play with interesting visual contrasts. On the one hand, we have metal which is a cold material that is beautifully balanced by the warmer wood. On the other hand, the same metal which allows for a slimmer silhouette is given the sturdiness with the addition of wood. The key factor in the briefing was to design a product with a democratic approach. That is how the minimal desk without any complex production processes was born while still featuring a small design element that other minimal desks didn’t have – the dipped shelf!

Meet Blis, a minimalistic office desk centered on the friendly, warm, and homely element – keeping in mind that it’s going to adorn your living space. The cool desk design keeps the wire clutter to a minimum for a clean look, hiding them from plain sight in the funneled legs. While it gives the impression of a very simple desk, there are inclusions that enhance the tidiness aspect further. There’s a sleek groove on the back section to store anything from files, papers, or pens to folders or charging cables. This section has an embedded board on top to pin all your important tasks, reminders or calendar events, or photos of loved ones to be always in a blissful frame of mind.

The Layout desk is a multifunctional workspace that comes with various entertainment and work modules to blur the line between WFH and play. Inspired by the blurring of work and play in WFH spaces, Juwon Kim, Jiwon Song, and Eunsang Lee framed Layout with a translucent, corrugated exterior finish that immediately catches the eye. Wrapped in sea green, the Layout desk is modular by design to incorporate a plethora of different work and entertainment features. The Layout desk is topped off with an upper cover that’s designed to conceal the workspace after the workday’s done.

Grown on Me is a collection of tables and desks with integrated cylindrical planters for greenery to sprout out of and grow. Outfitting our office and living spaces with lots of plant life gives each room a whole new personality. Plants help remove toxins from the air we breathe, brighten rooms that are already filled with sunlight, and bring life to our living areas even when no one’s in them. By integrating planters into its legs, design and research studio After Architecture constructed Grow on Me, a collection of tables with built-in, cylindrical planters to bring the garden to any room and office space.

Area Flip is a refreshing mobile office desk PC with a multi-screen setup that is designed to emphasize seamless workflow, interaction, and flexible private working zones. In a typical office setup with desktops as workstations, your portability is limited by the partitions and the wires that clutter but keep you connected. This also leads to a standardized working environment which can get monotonous with time. This problem demands a solution like the Area Flip which maximizes the mobility of the work environment. The Area Flip does this by transforming into a portable desktop, a presentation screen (vertical), or a flat (horizontal) screen for a lying board/screen that allows the people to collaborate better.

Merging the outdoors with the indoors, the Bridge is a work-desk accessory that adds greenery to your workplace. Quite literally a breath of fresh air when it comes to furniture design, the accessory sits on top of any open desk design, occupying the ‘no man’s land’ in between opposing workstations, and comes with a channel on top that’s designed to house an entire row of indoor plants. The Bridge builds on the increasingly popular idea of an open office and a collaborative workspace (as opposed to compartmentalized cabin spaces). It’s entirely made from plywood and can be flat-packed to a location and assembled on spot. It uses wooden joineries instead of metal/glue fixtures and can be assembled and propped onto any open desk, uplifting your current workspace with a neat touch of greenery.

The OnPlayOff is a conference table that lets you brainstorm/ work during the day and becomes your playground for some post office hours fun. Meet the feature that allows it all – a height-adjustable net that rotates into the table using a crank on one side. The table showcases a very Japandi-inspired, aesthetically pleasing wooden table for the work ambiance. Around four people can work on the table with their laptops without any issues at any given time.

Taking us back into the 19th-century households, a designer has conceived a contemporary version of the pre-modern day desk, called the Floor Desk, that by the mere look instantly reminds us of the era it belongs to. The desk constructed with a combination of high-end wooden material is distinguished by its appearance and exquisite details that celebrate the urbaneness of the ancient-style desk. The young Korean designer behind the rendition, informs that a desk in the 19th century catered as a tool for reading and writing. Since the rooms at home were usually small, the desks were made low and small to not look overwhelming in the room. The desks back then were more like chests with storage under the tabletop.

Named the “Program” this modular desk is ideal for creative individuals who love the freedom of organizing their desk as per their needs. Depending on the task at hand or the kind of tools required, the desk comes equipped with various cubbyholes and hanging spaces for you to get creative, literally! The different storage modules can be suitable for storing files, documents, or even your favorite magazines or sketches. In addition, the desk has a large storage box and a two-part table to further extend the modularity aspect. I find the design an eclectic mix of structure yet chaos – it has enough options to create an organized workspace or to embrace the chaos – it gives you the freedom to make your desk setup work for you.

Simply put, the Remotable is an adjustable, lightweight piece of furniture that’s as portable as your laptop. Designed to be set up and used anywhere, it gives you the flexibility and freedom to work from practically anywhere with the discipline and infrastructure you need to stay productive… and if you want to shift positions, just carry the table with your laptop to another location! The Remotable’s portable design is championed by its relatively simple construction, consisting of a telescopic pole that allows you to adjust the table’s height (shifting from a sitting to a standing desk) and even acts as a grip for you to carry it around.

This modular furniture system can be reconfigured endlessly to keep your kids entertained while you work from home!

Loop is a modular furniture system that aims to keep your kid entertained while you’re working from home, incorporating a mixed array of play modules and work modules that can be reconfigured endlessly to create the ideal WFH space.

Working from home has tested each of our house’s office efficiency and versatility. Few of us have come out on top–sinking into the couch is great for Netflix, but not Zoom, and mid-meeting snacks end up as a layer of cracker and chips on the carpet. Add kids to the mix and a home renovation project couldn’t come soon enough. But before you completely transform your living room, look to Loop, a modular furniture system with integrated kid-friendly features designed by industrial designer Buse Kaya for parents who need to keep an eye on their kids while working from home.

It always feels like the doctor’s office waiting room has everything to keep your kid entertained, from wooden toy blocks to sheets and sheets of stickers, whereas the magazine rack is there for you to peruse while you sip on your coffee and fill out the paperwork. Loop (stylized as Loop.) is a little bit like that.

From a chalkboard to a bead maze and tactile puzzles, each module that makes up Loop is designed for your child to play with while you work. Considering its modular formation, Loop can be configured in countless different ways. In one space, users can stack each module on top of one another to create a partition and standing desk space, allowing you to work freely while your kid remains entertained and within eyesight.

Alternatively, users can position Loop so that the storage modules bunch together while the play and work modules attach to one another to form a hybrid WFH space. Or, true to its name, Loop can form a circle similar to horseshoe desk formations in grade school so while you work at one module, your kid can play away right in front of you.

Since WFH has sprung into high gear, those of us with kids are reconsidering our home spaces to make sure we’re filling out the correct paperwork while watching our kids and keeping them entertained. Comprised of attachable modules, Loop is a furniture system that can adapt to any living space. Each module comes with its own function and personality, offering an array of different play spaces for your child or children to stay entertained.

Designer: Buse Kaya

Each module that comes with Loop can be broken down to create detached play areas for your kid to bring anywhere they like.

The modules can even function as seats that imitate a rocking horse.

Built with kid-friendly materials, Loop is as playful as it is safe. 

Loop comes with an assembly booklet that guides users through the building process. 

Loop’s final form was ultimately decided following multiple ideations and an involved research period.

Clean and minimal desk setups to take your home office up a notch + maximize productivity!

The most important element of our home office is our desk, especially since work from home became the new normal, and we basically bid adieu to corporate offices. Finding the right desk is just half the battle. You may find the best desk ever, but if you don’t know how to set it up, in accordance with your needs, then you may just be losing the second half of the battle. Maintaining a clean and organized desk is extremely essential because I truly believe a clean desk equals a clean mind. A great day of work partially depends on the state of our desk. If you want to set up your desk in the most efficient manner possible so as to boost productivity and motivation, then you’re at the right place. Here are a few impressive desk setups for you to gain inspiration from, and finally declutter and set up your desk the way you really want to. Best of luck!

This desk setup by Kim Ballesteros (@kim_blstrs) is sleek, futuristic, and uber cool! A dual monitor setup, a Playstation console, and controller, as well as speakers, make up the ultimate boys zone. He’s maintained a minimal black and white theme, with a little wooden platform providing a pop of contrast. Also, note how the Playstation console has been wall-mounted. What a cool way to save space and display your favorite gaming console!

This desk setup by The MagiTech (@themagitech) features a wooden theme! A dual-screen setup and a quirky keyboard add a futuristic and techy element to an otherwise neat and classic desk setup! I love the little potted plants, that add a surreal touch of green.

This desk setup by Jeorge Paolo (jeorgepaolo_) is everything I would want my desk to be! He’s placed only the bare essentials on his desk including an ergonomically cool mouse! A wooden stationery tray holds all his important knick-knacks – such as his spectacles. Everything that he would need on a regular work day is within his reach and neatly arranged.

This jungle desk setup by Brandon Westbury-Jennings (@rtwentysix) is truly one of a kind! It’s a clean gaming setup, that includes a quirky keyboard customized with Koi Carp keycaps! A jungle-themed desk mat, potted plants, and a pegboard surrounded by vines create a true jungle vibe.

This desk setup by @teksetup is work-from-home desk goals! A wall-mounted pegboard storage unit on one side of the desk perfectly stores his gadgets from an extra keyboard to headphones, to even little planters. A dual-screen setup is accentuated by an L-shaped lighting unit in the background. It illuminates the desk completely, providing plenty of light while he works!

This quirky and playful setup by @dailysetuptech features an interesting monochrome keyboard, a toy car, and some mini succulents! It’s an eclectic mix of cheerful products. Work will definitely feel like play on such a desk!

There is no such thing as ‘too big a screen’! We love this vibrant desk setup which is perfect for working from home as well as some Netflix and chill once work is done!

This desk setup by The Canistic (@thebucketlisttech) is heaven for anyone who likes to watch some Netflix during their work breaks! An earthy and minimal tone follows the entire setup, with an impressive TV screen placed above the desk.

I love this minimal monochrome setup! An antique lamp, matte black shelving, and hints of brown make it a cute and quirky workspace. It’s a simple and warm desk setup that helps you work clutter-free and peacefully!

This work from home office is heaven for plant lovers! The desk setup up by Andre Watts (@andrewattsbro) is an elongated one. It houses a dual-screen PC, a single-screen PC, and a tablet with an adjoined keyboard – all placed neatly and tactfully. Speakers, keyboards, and mouses have been interwoven in between the computers, with no one intruding on anyone’s personal space. I, also, love the mini garden setup behind the desk. It adds a calming dash of green in an otherwise techy space!

Logitech’s latest device is an all-in-one dock that turns your table full of gadgets into the best WFH setup ever




Acting as a sort of universal remote for all your gadgets and appliances, from your desktop to webcam, microphone, and speakers, the Logitech Logi Dock lets you easily control your online presence from one simple device. The dock comes with a simplified set of buttons on the front that let you join and leave meetings, mute and unmute your mic, and even toggle your webcam. Ports on the back let you hook all your desktop peripherals to the Logi Dock for a wire-free clutter-free workplace, and the Logi Dock is compatible with all leading video conferencing platforms, making online collaborations and meetings as easy as pressing a button.

Logitech Logi Dock WFH Setup

Working from home isn’t particularly easy. With your office, you show up to a workstation that’s already been configured by the IT department. When you need to attend a meeting, you actually attend a meeting, and when all’s said and done, you log off, shut your machine, and leave the office. With working from home, you have to navigate the entire experience from scratch, getting a machine to work with all your new collaboration software, having peripherals that are well connected, needing a reliable home WiFi connection, and simultaneously learning the user interfaces for multiple video chatting apps.

Logitech Logi Dock WFH Setup

Designed to act as the makeshift IT guy who sets up your workspace you can easily get to work without fiddling with wires, peripherals, and ports, the Logi Dock comes with all the ports you need at the back, effectively shifting the mess of cables off your desk and to its rear. It supports up to five USB peripherals and up to two monitors — while charging your laptop up to 100W and even giving you the ability to juice your phone/tablet. Once you’ve set your workspace up, the Logi Dock’s buttons make it a breeze to enter and exit meetings, toggle your webcam (without interacting with the video-conferencing app’s interface), and if you’ve got a headset, you can either use the buttons on the Logi Dock to switch the mic on or off or use the Dock’s advanced speakerphone system to attend meetings without using headphones. The speakerphone doubles up as a music system while working too, allowing you to play your favorite tunes while you work, reducing the need to have an extra set of desktop speakers on your table… or having to rely on your laptop’s crummy speaker system.

The Logi Dock is available in two colors: Graphite and White, and begins shipping in Winder 2021 for $399.

Designer: Logitech

Logitech Logi Dock WFH Setup

Logitech Logi Dock WFH Setup

Logitech Logi Dock WFH Setup

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This multifunctional desk features entertainment and work modules to help you switch off from work mode

The Layout desk is a multifunctional workspace that comes with various entertainment and work modules to blur the line between WFH and play.

WFH has transformed our desks into micro versions of our homes. Blurring the line between work and play, spending so much time at home has made our desks representative entertainment systems, craft stations, and storage bins all in addition to first functioning as our workspaces. With so many WFH-inspired desk concepts coming out, a team of designers aimed to build the Layout, a modular desk that can do it all, and then some.

Inspired by the blurring of work and play in WFH spaces, Juwon Kim, Jiwon Song, and Eunsang Lee framed Layout with a translucent, corrugated exterior finish that immediately catches the eye. Wrapped in sea green, the Layout desk is modular by design to incorporate a plethora of different work and entertainment features. The Layout desk is topped off with an upper cover that’s designed to conceal the workspace after the workday’s done.

When you’re still getting in those hours, though, the Layout desk’s upper cover folds up and functions as a partition to create some privacy and a sense of spatial boundaries for the workspace. When closed, the desk features a front display panel, similar to the Mac’s Touch Bar, where users can add widgets to play with after work. The widgets range from a music player, clock, and micro-control grid. But all the fun is also kept underneath the desk’s cover.

Different modules outfit the inside of the Layout desk, bringing a mix of practical and leisure modules. The light controller and paperclip modules, for example, operate the desk’s interior glow light and create storage space for small stationery items respectively. Phone charging and calendar modules make it easy to stay connected and on top of your schedule while working and a pencil holder creates some more storage space.

Then, the desk’s music modules take the form of a CD player and accompanying speaker for slow jam, ambient music while you work. Finally, an electronic memo pad is also worked into the desk’s modular interior, so you can always keep note of your day-to-day.

Designers: Juwon Kim, Jiwon Song, and Eunsang Lee

Layout’s team of designers took the traditional desk form and topped it off with a lid to incorporate entertainment and work modules.

The translucent, corrugated cover for the Layout desk speaks to the designers’ inspiration in blurring the line between WFH and play.

The Layout desk’s top lid draws back like an awning to provide a partition. 

Inside the desk’s storage space, an integrated glowing light keeps the workspace bright.

When closed, users can enjoy the desk’s touch bar control panel, which comes with default clock and music widgets. 

Users can add their own widgets to the control panel to optimize its usability. 

The integrated memo pad module allows users to keep notes of their daily goings-on.

The light dimmer adjusts the desk’s interior light, while a paperclip storage bin provides space to store small stationery items. 

Desk Setups to de-clutter your home office + boost your daily productivity and efficiency!

The most important element of our home office is our desk, especially since work from home became the new normal, and we basically bid adieu to corporate offices. Finding the right desk is just half the battle. You may find the best desk ever, but if you don’t know how to set it up, in accordance with your needs, then you may just be losing the second half of the battle. Maintaining a clean and organized desk is extremely essential because I truly believe a clean desk equals a clean mind. A great day of work partially depends on the state of our desk. If you want to set up your desk in the most efficient manner possible so as to boost productivity and motivation, then you’re at the right place. Here are a few impressive desk setups for you to gain inspiration from, and finally declutter and set up your desk the way you really want to. Best of luck!

This desk setup by Kim Ballesteros (@kim_blstrs) is sleek, futuristic, and uber cool! A dual monitor setup, a Playstation console, and controller, as well as speakers, make up the ultimate boys zone. He’s maintained a minimal black and white theme, with a little wooden platform providing a pop of contrast. Also, note how the Playstation console has been wall-mounted. What a cool way to save space and display your favorite gaming console!

This desk setup by @teksetup is work-from-home desk goals! A wall-mounted pegboard storage unit on one side of the desk perfectly stores his gadgets from an extra keyboard to headphones, to even little planters. A dual-screen setup is accentuated by an L-shaped lighting unit in the background. It illuminates the desk completely, providing plenty of light while he works!

This quirky and playful setup by @dailysetuptech features an interesting monochrome keyboard, a toy car, and some mini succulents! It’s an eclectic mix of cheerful products. Work will definitely feel like play on such a desk!

I love a desk with a view! This desk setup by Tyler Zhang (@tzhang.raw) has been outfitted with a dual-screen PC and a laptop, and a beautiful view as a backdrop. A backlit keyboard and mouse pad provide a perfect contrast to an otherwise almost all-black setup.

This desk setup by Ernest Soo (@ernestsoo) is clean, all white, and minimal! It features an ample amount of storage space, with drawer units on each side of the desk, and a wall-mounted pegboard above it as well. This leaves the desk quite de-cluttered and clean, with only the necessary products being placed on it. Marie Kondo would be proud!

This desk setup by The ShuffleFluff (@theshufflefluff) looks like one out of a graphic designer’s home office! I love the little stationery trays which neatly hold all stationery items. I mean, most of us have our pens and pencils littered all over our desks. He’s artfully integrated a couple of lighting designs, as well as a touch of greenery on the shelves above. It has a little bit of everything!

I love a simple wooden desk neatly scattered with only the essentials! And this desk setup by Imran Nayeem (@imrannayeem_) is exactly that – monochrome aesthetics with all the gadgets you could possibly need in a workday all arranged within grab-able distance! I love how accessible and easy to use his smartphone becomes when placed on the phone stand. This one rates high on efficiency!

This work from home office is heaven for plant lovers! The desk setup up by Andre Watts (@andrewattsbro) is an elongated one. It houses a dual-screen PC, a single-screen PC, and a tablet with an adjoined keyboard – all placed neatly and tactfully. Speakers, keyboards, and mouses have been interwoven in between the computers, with no one intruding on anyone’s personal space. I, also, love the mini garden setup behind the desk. It adds a calming dash of green in an otherwise techy space!

This desk setup seems like a photographer’s or videographer’s ultimate work space! Uchin Mahazaki’s (@uchin.mahazaki) desk manages to incorporate various kinds of cameras, an Xbox, a floating PC, and multiple little planters. It’s the ideal space to work in, play in, or simply relax in! Hard to find a desk setup that allows you to do all of this.

Photographer Cam DiCecca’s (@camdiceccatech) desk setup perfectly showcases his essential gadgets – from his prized camera to his speakers. He’s maintained a black and grey aesthetic, creating a classical look, that would work for almost anyone!

These desks + tables come with built-in cylindrical planters so you can bring your indoor garden to any room!

Grown on Me is a collection of tables and desks with integrated cylindrical planters for greenery to sprout out of and grow.

Outfitting our office and living spaces with lots of plant life gives each room a whole new personality. Plants help remove toxins from the air we breathe, brighten rooms that are already filled with sunlight, and bring life to our living areas even when no one’s in them. By integrating planters into its legs, design and research studio After Architecture constructed Grow on Me, a collection of tables with built-in, cylindrical planters to bring the garden to any room and office space.

With WFH becoming the norm, we’ve turned our attention to the air quality in our own backyards, better yet, in our own living rooms. The combination of working from home and paying closer attention to the air we breathe has introduced new forms of interior design and furnishings. Heralding their own take on biophilic furniture, After Architecture’s Grow on Me tables can offer some privacy in cafes while improving the air quality inside or add some green masquerade to dining room table setups. Each leg of Grow on Me tables creates a spacious cylindrical planter for various plants to sprout out of and grow over the table, offering a sense of privacy and decor. Describing some of the different plants that can be integrated into Grow on Me tables, designers Katie MacDonald and Kyle Schumann explain,

“Vegetation height, variety, and geometry allow for various scenarios including foliage screening or a shared canopy: a cadre of prickly cacti allow clear visual connections but keep coworkers separate; a family of succulents joins the dinner party, masquerading as plates of hors d’oeuvre; a tropical cocktail of banana form a canopy over the length of the table; leafy monstera grant privacy from neighbors at a café. Plant morphology and human social interaction become part of one symbiotic system.”

Designer: After Architecture

Thanks to its rectangular design, Grow on Me tables can be configured next to one another to form systems of desks and tables.

Depending on the plant, different personalities can be given to each Grow on Me table. 

This minimal desk organizer comes with a unique switch-free mechanism to turn the light on and off!

Award-winning industrial designer, Yohan Lansard, has once again given us a design that we are adding to our “major need!” list. Desk Tidy is both a lamp and a sleek desk organizer (also called desk tidy) for the miscellaneous items that usually cause clutter. The lighting concept is made with machined wood, anodized aluminum, and a diffusing tube.

Both a lamp and a desk tidy, the light turns on when the lightbox is positioned vertically and turns off horizontally – simple, neat, and effective. How the lamp turns on and off is very intuitive as well as the paper-clip-inspired shape makes it even more perfect for your desk. The CMF is minimal and durable, the style would work in any desk or office setup without being distracting.

“Both a lamp and a desk tidy, the light turns on when the lightbox is positioned vertically and turns off horizontally. Available in several forms, this concept makes it possible to respond to different types of objects.” Would be even cooler if the designer could integrate a wireless charging mechanism to provide a distinct differentiation from the metallic charges we see in the market.

The French designer continues to explore this concept which was created for Artemide, an Italian design studio known for its innovative lighting.

Designer: Yohan Lansard

This tiny IoT ticker-meter turns your tabletop into a miniature stock, forex, and crypto market!





Think of the TickrMeter as a real-life widget for your real-life desktop. Equipped with an e-ink screen that doesn’t demand too much energy while still providing easy-to-read high-contrast text, the TickrMeter displays any ticker-count by connecting to the internet. If you’re a stock-market watchdog, the ticker displays any stock value you assign to it. If you’re someone who works with international currencies, you can track daily fluctuations in international currency values against your own currency… and if you’re a crypto-enthusiast, the TickrMeter can be your own personal cryptocoin value-tracker, giving you updates in realtime!

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The nifty little gadget sits ambiently on your desk, giving you a real-time reflection of financial data of your choice. Configurable through the TickrMeter app, you can track stocks, currencies, or even crypto-values with an impressively low 20ms latency, giving you the latest updates AS they happen. The app allows you to configure the data in a way that benefits you the most. You can either use a single TickrMeter to display a single value, or have the same display alternate between all your portfolios, sort of like a slideshow. The data displayed on the e-ink screen is accompanied by the date and time mentioned at the top, the percentage increase/decrease at the bottom, and even your profit/loss if you input the investment amount into the app. You can even choose your own time-frame, tracking growth by the day, week, month, or year, and a small backlit color-bar on the side turns either green or red, depending on a bull or bear moment.

The mini-device is a neat addition to any tabletop, bringing the thrill of a stock market to your desktop. Its relatively rectangular design can be magnetically stacked too, allowing you to build out an entire stock market on your desk, turning you into a Wolf of WFH Street. For added effect, the app lets you even program events/alerts (causing the backlit color-strip to turn blue) when a stock hits a certain price, and the TickrMeter comes with a toggleable bell sound that chimes like the bell on Wall Street!

While the device does run on a relatively low-energy e-ink screen, the TickrMeter needs to be constantly plugged in to work (the developers are working on a battery variant that unlocks as a funding goal). For now though, each TickrMeter comes with a USB cable and if you buy multiple units, you can daisy-chain them to connect all of them to a single power source. The tickers run directly off data from the internet too, so they connect directly to your WiFi for the fastest results, instead of sending and receiving data through your phone (which can cause a significant lag). The TickrMeter receives real-time professional-grade financial data directly from the best resources, including the NASDAQ, London Stock Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, and Toronto Stock Exchange. For now these nifty little widgets track Stocks, Forex, and Crypto, although future updates could allow them to gather and display any sort of information – like potentially YouTube views, Spotify plays, or Instagram/TikTok followers!

Designer: TickrMeter Team

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Liven your workspace up with this wall organizer that doubles as a vertical garden!





One of Cliclap’s defining features is the vertical garden module that allows the user to secure their own plant into the wall organizer, using one of Cliclap’s pots, and magnetically attach the pot to the grid wall.

Small spaces can get messy quickly and with stay-at-home orders getting reinforced, busy time spent working from home will only increase. We’re all looking for new ways to keep our workspaces decluttered. Cliclap offers one new way to keep tidy by combining home gardening with office organization. Desks and offices get busier and busier as the workday progresses, which might lead to frequent cause for distraction, loss of focus and productivity, and general chaos and confusion. The debut of Cliclap, a modular, office wall organizer, helps take on all that mess by offering countless combinations for magnetic, wall organizers that can easily be mounted to any solid wall or surface.

Whether you need organization in your office, bathroom, kitchen, or any other room, all you need is a vertical, firm surface to mount Cliclap and then let your organizational needs figure out the rest. Cliclap comes with adhesive backing, four 3M Command Strips, one in each corner, that attaches onto the preferred wall, and then there are a plethora of varying, magnetic modules to choose from and attach to each wall mount, which carries up to 8 pounds. By incorporating the adhesive backing, users can rest easy knowing that no matter what, their walls won’t be damaged, making this the perfect wall organizer for rented spaces such as apartments or workspaces.

Alternatively, Cliclap can be mounted to any wall by using screws, so if it is a more permanent space, Cliclap can hang as long as you’d like. The magnets, once attached to the accompanying wall mount, can hold up to four pounds each and users can choose from different containers to meet your different organizational needs: clips, hooks, pots, writing pads, cork boards, shelving units, document folders, hangers, and trays are some options.

The optional pots come in five variations, including a planter pot. In order to utilize Cliclap’s vertical garden feature, the designers implemented the use of PAFCAL, an organic and recyclable product made from a combination of sponge and ground matter that essentially replaces messy and muddy plant-soil thanks to the sponge material that absorbs water for the plant’s future and consistent nourishment. By using this type of plant-care, Cliclap made it possible to include vertical gardening as one of the functions for this mess-free wall organizer.

It’s easy to get frustrated with the limits that come with tight corners, but the designers behind Cliclap want to help make the most of them. Cliclap is an alternative to traditional desk storage and it hangs on any surface for the long run. So when it comes to organizing your own small space, whether it’s your woodshop in the garage, your art studio in the backyard shed, or your home classroom, Cliclap won’t take up any room on the floor or prime real estate on the desk, or any more than it has to – just that blank space on the wall no one’s using anyway.

Easily mount your Cliclap with 3M Command™ Strips, and then remove your wall grids at any time without leaving any marks!

Designer: Cliclap x Innova