045 - Dave Gorum

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Dave Gorum is a software designer who previously co-founded Carbonmade. He recently started a YouTube channel called Slow Programming where he is experimenting with stylish relaxation videos.

Inside Dave’s Workspace


  • iMac Pro

  • Older Wacom tablet that works just fine

  • A solid no-name SSD RAID (in silver)

  • Shure Procaster mic hooked into a U-Phoria UM2

  • Sony MDR-7506 headphones

  • A lamp by Paul Smith for Anglepoise

  • A deck of “Rad Dudes” trading cards (unopened)

  • A giant sketch pad for doodle thinking (unpictured)


  • Bear (writin')

  • DaVinci Resolve (video)

  • Adobe Illustrator (illustratin')

  • Figma (product design)

  • Panic Nova (code)

  • Daisy Disk (because I’m constantly running out of storage from filming too much slo-mo footage)

  • Fujifilm XT-2 w/ 55-200mm lens (shootin')

Please let Dave know what you think about his workspace! twitter.com/davegorum 🖥

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