Who are you:
I am László Nagy, 39, a graphic designer from Hungary
Your current job:
Currently I am an assistant professor at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest. As well I work as a freelance graphic artist, and has a screen printing workshop – this is the one of the best part of my life:)
In which city are you located?:
A word to define what kind of worker you are:
What tools are essential to your life (app, software, etc..):
The Adobe CS products, mainly the Adobe Illustrator and The Acrobat Pro – Not exactly my life, more of my work:)
What does your office space look like?:
Clean, comfortable and ordered:)
What kind of music do you listen when you are working?:
Huh, quite diverse. Especially rock and really onerous music genres, for example Amenra, Meshuggah, Deafheaven, Neurosis, Mouth of the Architects, Converge, and so forth, but I really like the music mixed with jazz as well, such as Sofa Surfers and the Jimmy Chamberlin Complex.
Do you have a way to organize your day to maximize your work?:
In addition to the University teaching my days are well organized, I can always share with my time luckily good. I do not work to the clients of more than 6 hours per day, and I never work in the evening after 11, except if its my own project.
What tips would you give to improve productivity?:
Try to stay focused, never play for time and listen to the deadlines, and be so far from the kitchen as far as possible.
You’re better than your colleagues to:
Nothing, all of us are very good at something. Perhaps I work faster just because I better organize my days.
What is the best advice anyone has given you?:
Stay calm and think. Unfortunately, I could not do it.:)
What is your best tip for saving time?:
The time can not be spared, so do not hesitate, just do it!
What is your routine start and end of the day?
Brush my teeth and drink a glass of water. It is so special:)
Aside from your computer and your phone, what gadget can you not you go without?:
There is no such, thankfully I’m not an object fetishist.