Desktop wallpaper can increase your productivity. And they can also can spur your creativity – if you choose the right ones.
These desktop wallpaper are the perfect companions in better organizing your desktop’s file. Most of us have been somewhat guilty of treating our computer’s desktop as digital junk drawer. When the default settings are set such that digital files are downloaded automatically to the desktop, we easily end up with files all over – and our orientation is gone.
These sets of wallpapers have different functions.
First, they have 2 sections to the right: “Things To Do Today” and “Things To Do This Week”.
The “Things To Do Today” section will be filled first when a file is downloaded to the desktop. Now, you can either choose to keep it there a little longer, move it to the lower section “Things To Do This Week”, or store it away into your well-structured repository of files and folders. — Obviously, this upper right space on the wallpaper is meant for cleaning on a daily basis.
The second space “Things To Do This Week” allows for mid-term delay.
Second, the wallpaper can spur your creativity. Color psychology is able give you new impulses and inspirations – just from a quick glimpse. Some wallpapers show geometrical figures or abstract art work that can trigger unusual neural connections in your brain, enhancing your ability to find new solutions when you enter that space of mental emptiness. Try it, it works!
These wallpapers are designed for Macs.
To get the best effects, I recommend to enable the “Multiple Desktop” on the Mac and set a different image on each screen.