Kate Adams is an an actor and performer in Los Angeles with a modern sensibility and a deliberate style. So when it came to focusing her online presence, she needed to make a strong impact. From shaping a website to building a digital press kit, there was plenty of work to be done. During a recent visit to Brooklyn, she sat down with us to talk about her tech workflow.
There are few ideas in technology that excite me these days. Nearly everything is designed to steal more of your attention, leaving you stressed and confused with too many choices. We need more focus, not features.
Holland is a self-love advocate who runs a lifestyle blog titled Her Love Lessons. A major component of her work involves sharing visual quotes, images, and inspirations with her base. So a neatly organized photo library was a must - we shared coffee over video chat and talked about her flow.
Robert’s company, WIN-911, provides a software platform that makes factories and public infrastructure operate more efficiently in seventy countries throughout the world. So when he had the opportunity to make his own digital life more efficient, he signed up without hesitation.
As tech has burrowed itself deeper into our world, as we carry more unnecessary devices, and as we say “yes” to more things, we must be more thoughtful about what we allow into our world and not let our tools master us. And the answer isn’t just to “take a break.” It’s about reconfiguring our digital landscape so we can function as peaceful and effective humans...
Clifford runs a music production studio in Brooklyn, and his storied career has more years than both of his kids combined. His attention to detail with sound is top-notch, but when it came time to sorting out his photos, he needed some outside help with digital organization.
Write down your daily routine. Start with breakfast and end with laying your head down on the pillow. Now separate your work time from your personal time. Now separate into commuting, eating, hygiene, socializing, etc.
Although he’s only been in the city for a few months, Xander is already the archetypal multitasking New Yorker. Aside from his work in venture capital, he’s launching a new professional sports league focusing on olympic wrestling. Needless to say, he’s busy - all the more reason to look closely at his digital life so he could run on all cylinders.