Since I travel a lot, I’m always taking my heavy laptop with me wherever I go: weekend trips, meetings away… and, admittedly, even on vacations. I use programs like Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator every single day — for tasks as simple as formatting photos for blog posts to things as complex and creating renderings for new collections. Schlepping my computer around had become a habit. That is until I was introduced to the Surface Pro 4.
I was approached by Microsoft to test out the Surface Pro 4 and see how I could fit it into my creative life, and I was totally amazed. It operates all of the Adobe apps and is everything my laptop is but in the portability of a super-lightweight tablet. Over the past weeks of using the Surface Pro 4 everyday, I’ve noticed that I am even more creative — popping it out to sketch out an idea from bed when I can’t sleep at night, or banging out blogpost layouts while I’m riding across town in an Uber. It’s very handy.
Check out this first video where Austin came to the Jungalow HQ and got a glimpse into my patternful world. Then, watch this second video on my discoveries about the devise, and to hear about how technology is helping my designs to reach more people than I could have ever imagined.
Ever since I got my hands on the Surface Pro 4, I’ve been using the device to draw, paint, make patterns and renderings for new collections. (I even have a whole set of ‘pens’ that allow me to change the look, feel and line-weight of my drawings.) Check out our new Pinterest board to see how the device is helping my creative life (and all the patterns I’m making on the Surface Pro 4)! And if you’re thinking about a new tablet or laptop computer for yourself or to give as a gift this year, the Surface Pro 4 is pretty mind-blowing!
This post was created in partnership with Microsoft. All opinions are my own.