Dylan’s article is summed up nicely by his introduction: “Although much of what designers do exists only in a digital world, your physical workspace can still be a big part of what makes you so awesome.” He goes on to describe the Burnkit workspace and why it is integral to our identity and to the work. He concludes with: “This is our approach, and is by no means the only approach. If your style is warm and expressive, reflect this in your space. If you’re obsessed with grids and systems, make it so. It doesn’t have to be exorbitant, but it does need to be intentional and recognizable. This is your workspace. Own it. Make it work for you.” True!