When it comes to jobs that require endless creativity, the key to success is to find the right workflow that can keep goals aligned and on track while, but continue to spark inspiration at the same time. However, sometimes that’s not as easy as it sounds – we’re all human, we lose track, we get distracted, and we procrastinate.

As a photographer, videographer or graphic designer, you’re either getting paid hourly by your company or your clients and efficiency factors in as one of the most crucial factors.  The more you can get done in a shorter amount of time, the better. In other words, it’s important to have a system that allows work to flow with little to no hassle. Therefore, it’s essential to work with a powerful and reliable device that assists in speeding up and organizing each project.

At VAIO, we have a few different ways we like to keep our work flowing and think they might just keep you on track, too. Check them out:

  • Stay organized – Sometimes a good old-fashioned to-do list is all you need to keep you on track, put pen-to-paper and jot down what you need to get done using the OneNote app installed on the VAIO Z Canvas.
  • Take shortcuts – We are constantly told about the adverse effects of shortcuts, but having a device that helps you “shortcut” through tasks is a must. The VAIO Z Canvas has some shortcut tricks of its own – click the button on the upper left corner of the device and you’ll pull up customizable on-screen shortcuts for your favorite programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Lightroom.
  • Get some fresh air – Your cubicle may be cozy but a change of scenery can re-inspire if you’re stuck in a creative rut. The VAIO Z Canvas offers workstation-class performance in a compact mobile body and has a battery life that allows you to start and finish a project from wherever inspiration takes you.

These are our main tips to keep creative pros on track – what are yours? For more ways on how the VAIO Z Canvas can be your partner in creativity, visit here: us.vaio.com/vaio-z-canvas.