Setting up your workspace and mapping your shortcuts
My bachelor's degree was in painting, and I don't know why, but I often painted on a 2x1 m canvas. This gave me a muscle constriction in my shoulder nerves. Because of this, I learned the hard way that I needed to watch the ergonomics of my workspace. From the beginning of my digital career, I've used a tablet, a pen tablet, and a display tablet, and I've changed my workspace a lot. This will be the chapter in which I will share my thoughts with you on how to create a more enjoyable (and painless) environment.
Desk and chair
The first thing you need to consider is having a good chair, as you will probably sit in that chair for 2-3 hours at a time. You need to be comfortable, and having a bad chair can ruin you in the long run. If you have a chair that can't give you the right height, it will cause you a lot of problems with your back. Plus, a chair costs less than a desk usually, so it's the easier...