109 - Séraphin Hochart
Séraphin Hochart is a Principal Product Manager at CloudApp where he builds software for remote workers, helping them communicate better
Welcome to another edition of Workspaces, where you get an inside look at the workspaces of creative individuals. ☕️
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Séraphin Hochart (also called “Phin”) is a Principal Product Manager at CloudApp where he builds software for remote workers, helping them communicate better. CloudApp is a tool that lets you share annotated screenshots, gifs and short videos anywhere.
When not in front of this desk or in between meetings, Seraphin is an amateur woodworker making awesome stuff (including the white oak standing desk and the bench).
Twitter → twitter.com/nsphin
Inside Séraphin’s Workspace
My favorite item : a whiteboard the size of a piece of paper, for my daily/weekly tasks
LG 32” 4k
A library filled with small goodies, including a Gretsch G9110 Concert Ukulele and some Lego sets
Old iPhone 7 as a webcam
Blue Yeti Microphone, with a cheap Amazon articulated arm
The desk is a cheap amazon base with a homemade 2” white oak top. I also made a box at the bottom to hide all cables/hardware at the bottom of my desk, and a small bench.
A Windows machine for some QA (not pictured, separate workspace)
CloudApp to send explainer videos and screenshots in Slack and Jira to my team
Reincubate Camo, for my virtual webcam
Whiteboard for personal daily and weekly tasks
The classic PM toolsuite : Jira, Lucidspark, Notion, Slack.
Xcode/VSCode for week-end projects!
Some additional info for the pictures:
The Sherlock Holmes poster is all the books, written is super tiny font (from postertext.com, which I got a few years ago)
Some printed NFTs (Doodle #3968, ApeGang #5617)
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