The 'Ghost Keyboard' has been designed by Shaun Wellens for Render Weekly as a minimalist peripheral that eliminates conventional markings in favor of a more subdued aesthetic. Free of top key markings, the keyboard features markings on the front of the keys to let users see them only in the event that they actually need to. This could be based on the principle of muscle memory that has avid typists and programmers performing keystrokes without having to look at the keyboard.
The 'Ghost Keyboard' has an ultra-minimal design aesthetic that will be appreciated by those looking to make their workstation as stylish as possible. The design also speaks to the ubiquitous nature of technology and the potentially unnecessary functionality of markings on the devices around us.