i have had a few emails asking about window management for 2 large screens. I have used the Spaces option to “Displays have separate spaces” allowing me to have the menu options relevant to the screen I am on. The two screens are adjacent to each other with one directly in front of me (and can be swivelled for a client) and the other to the left.
I have a default set up stored in Moom. In my case, this is email and Safari on my main screen leaving a small area of the desktop so I can see what is on the Desktop (which is never much)
on the second screen, I have Busycal, Messages, Omnifocus and Notes
When I am working, i can glance at any of the things on the second screen or drag them across to be directly in front of me if I am using the app.
A lot of the time, I have Adobe Bridge on my main screen, but as soon as this is minimised, my default view is back.
While working, things get moved around but it is one click or keyboard shortcut to put everything back in place. i have a few different set ups but tend to only use one set up.
As previously explained when I have clients, I switch to a mirrored view and turn one of the screens to the client and I use the other to navigate.
There may be better ways to use windows (and I would be delighted to get suggestions) but this works well.