In “Look, No Hands,” graphic designer Michelle Vandy details the workflow she has created in order to utilize her arms as little as possible during the design process, creating much of her work using her nose and an Apple Magic Trackpad.
During a typical day I’ll usually use my nose-pad 50% of the time and my hands for the remaining time.
Vandy developed the alternative workflow to address painful issues with a repetitive strain injury (RSI).
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