‘Code Mode’ Light Signals When Programmers Are In The Zone

‘Code Mode’ Light Signals When Programmers Are In The Zone
technology

A 'do not disturb' light to prevent distractions when workers are in absolute concentration.

Ross Brooks
  • 22 april 2014

The last thing you want when you’re focused on an important project is someone in the office tapping you on the shoulder. To make sure that didn’t happen to her, Jessica Hische, an illustrator and type designer, created the Code Mode Light, a stylish hand-lettered light that allows you to stay in the zone for longer.

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