This is What a Remote Office Looks Like

By Wade Foster - Last updated March 31, 2020 -

You are reading: Chapter 7 of 15

In a traditional office space, you're forced to work in a one-size-fits-all environment. When you work on a remote team, you have complete control over your workspace.

We thought it would be fun to share what we've done with our workspaces, so here's a peek at the remote workspaces of some of the Zapier teammates. Maybe they'll give you some home office ideas of your own. (Note: These aren't in any particular order. And some of us admit to cleaning off our desks before taking the photos.)

Hoon Park, Product Manager (Austin, TX)

Hoon Park's workspace

Evan Danals, Tax Accountant (Bryson City, NC)

Evan Danals's workspace

Rob Golding, Senior Product Engineer (Nottingham, UK)

Rob Golding's workspace

Kirk Godtfredsen, Customer Champion (Seattle, WA)

Kirk Godtfredsen's workspace

Kim Kadiyala, Marketing Specialist (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Kim Kadiyala's workspace

Erin Chock, Customer Champion (Portland, OR)

Erin Chock's workspace

Vicky Cassidy, Platform Lead (Madison, WI)

Vicky Cassidy's workspace

Brian Corbin, Backend Engineer (Clifton, SC)

Brian's workspace

Brandi Shuttera, Accountant (Clovis, CA)

Brandi's workspace

Fran Vieux, Customer Champion (Bend, OR)

Fran's workspace

Joanne Daudier, Frontend Engineer (Portland, OR)

Joanne's workspace

Andrew Hedges, Engineering Manager (Portland, OR)

Brian's workspace

Doug Gaff, VP Engineering (Milton, MA)

Doug's workspace

Working on a distributed team helps everyone optimize their environment in a way that suits them best while not distracting everyone else. See more team photos at #zapierlife on Instagram.

Working remotely in our own environments also helps us work fast—so in the next chapter, we'll look at how working remotely can speed you up.Go to Chapter 8!


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