Everyone has their own way of storing things, and in the past, I’ve seen the various methods for project boxes as well as small components. But one thing I’ve never seen covered is development kits (or shields/hats/larger components/sub-assemblies). These obviously don’t tend to fit in small component storage solutions, but also need somewhere to go once a project is over if the client doesn’t want them (which is generally the case).
I personally store old project PCBs in a display box, so that covers custom boards I want to hold onto. But not necessarily all the development kits I have lying around which almost always are handy a second time around.
Was just curious to see what people thought was some good ideas. I am based in a coworking space with just a single desk space (a big desk, but a desk nonetheless) and a locker, but don’t constrain your ideas/thoughts/methods to my situation by any means.