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Uses - The tech and tools that elevate my work and bring joy to the mix

Compilation of technical equipment and software I use to create exceptional work and stay productive, or acquire to create the illusion of productivity during moments of procrastination. All tools and toys are subject to change.

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Desk setup

  • 15” MacBook Pro, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM (2018)

    I have been using devices operating Windows for many years, but a couple of years ago, I have switched to macOS as it brings the best of both Unix and Windows worlds. It offers a powerful native command line for web development and the option to run Adobe Suite tools for graphic and UI/UX related tasks. A decent screen is just a bonus.

  • Eizo ColorEdge CG279X

    As a hobby photographer, color plausibility, both in post-production and in graphic design and UI/UX, is very important to me. Working with colors accurately requires regular calibration. Eizo's ColorEdge series offers several options to get the job done.

  • Magic Keyboard with numeric keypad - black

    For improved performance with an external monitor and seamless integration with macOS.

  • Magic Mouse - black

    macOS gestures would not be possible with other rodents.

  • Griffin elevator stand for laptops

    For better height adjustment between the laptop screen and the external monitor, since the Griffin is around, finally, I can have my books back in the library and throw away the paper box. :-D


  • iTerm2

    I currently use iTerm2 v3 with the Cobalt2 theme made by Wes Bos. Lately, I am contemplating completely switching to Warp terminal.

  • Visual Studio Code

    For a simple day-to-day tasks and front-end development, I use the VS Code editor with the Cobalt2 theme from Wes Bos

  • PhpStorm

    For a full-stack development and more heavy-duty, all-around projects, I prefer PhpStorm IDE from JetBrains. It's essentially WebStorm IDE PHP language support.

Design & UX/UI

  • Adobe Suite

    In most cases, I use Adobe Suite tools as a hobby photographer and digital designer. I have used Sketch and Figma in the past, based on the team's preferences.

Desktop Apps

  • Flycut

    Clipboard manager for more advanced copy and paste actions. Still using despite of the presence of the Clipboard History extension for Raycast.

  • Rectangle

    A free version of Rectangle. Move and resize windows in macOS using keyboard shortcuts or snap areas, exactly like you are used to in Windows. Replaced by Raycast Window Management.

  • Raycast

    I have been using Alfred for years, but I have always felt that something could be improved. I believe it could be made more user-friendly and easier to set up. That is precisely why I recently switched to Raycast.

  • Rocket Pro

    Rocket is a cool macOS emoji picker for faster and fancier typing. 😎

  • Things

    I use the Things app as a personal task manager to organize my to-do list, stay motivated, and accomplish more each day. You can find more information about the app at official site.

  • ForkLift

    There are many free file transfer clients for macOS, but once I have tried ForkLift the most advanced file manager and file transfer client seamlessly integrated with native macOS Finder, I got hooked on it.


  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

    In my opinion, the best tool out there for organizing, retouching, and publishing pictures.

  • Adobe Photoshop

    For a heavy post-production and a photo retouching tasks.

  • Nikon D810

    This camera has more tricks up its sensor than a magician's hat. It's got more buttons than a game controller, and low-light skills that could make a vampire jealous. Now, seriously, it is one of the best DSLRs on the market for outdoor and low-light photography, thanks to its stunning fidelity and precision in color representation.

  • Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 USD Di VC

    I usually keep my all-around lens attached to my camera because it captures high-quality pictures in various situations.

  • Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II

    My favourite and the most expensive lens I own today. It's perfect for action, sports, weddings, portraits, and outdoor photography.

  • Nikkor AF-S FX 50mm f/1.4G

    Everyday casual lens that works well in low light conditions. It is ideal for capturing reality in photography as it reflects the perspective of the human eye and has a shallow depth of field.

  • Nikkor AF-S Micro 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED VR

    For close-up shots to reveal intricate details that only the sharpest eye can spot, and sometimes just for pictures with very shallow depth of field. It's magical to explore the mesmerizing world of tiny wonders.

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