Serrated Work Table
Sharp dots and corners are Mahmoud’s desktop theme, and while it’s certainly dramatic, we also love the way he tweaked them to suit his style and workflow. This is how he arranged it.
Mahmoud mentions right out of the gate that he customized a lot of what you see here, so if you’re trying to duplicate him you can’t have exactly the same effect, but if you have questions you can hit him on the link below. Here’s what you’ll need if you want to give the same look to your Windows machine:
- Tool setting and monitoring system for Rainmeter for Windows
- Sharpen package for Rainmeter , which includes wallpapers, icons, a diagonal toolbar at the top of the screen, and monitoring widgets on the right side of the screen.
- Winter skin for Rainmeter for quick access buttons at the top and bottom left of the screen
- ZeroFour Rainmeter Skin to create a clock in the center of the screen
- Origami Skin for Rainmeter to create analog clock hands behind the central clock, as well as mail and weather tiles in the lower right corner of the screen.
- Reflection Skin for Rainmeter for the tiny power button in the lower right corner of the screen
- VU Meter skin for Rainmeter for active audio visualizer at the very bottom center of the screen.
- Spinning Doge skin for Rainmeter because, well, doge.
There are a lot of moving parts here, but much of what you think of as the “main look” of the desktop comes from this first shell, Sharpen. The rest you can take or leave as you see fit, but Mahmoud wanted something really special and customized to his needs (we really love how he used the two clock skins in the center). If you have questions about how you can configure the Same, or if you have any problems with your configuration, write to him on Flickr using the link below. Let him know we sent you and love his work!
Do you have a beautiful and functional desktop to show off? Share with us! Post it to your personal Kinja blog using the Desktop Showcase tag or add it to our Lifehacker Desktop Show and Tell Flickr pool . Screenshots must be at least 640×360 in size and include information about what you used, links to wallpapers, skins and themes, and any other important information. If your wonderful desktop catches our attention, you may be on our favorites!
work table | Flickr