Designing with the end (user) in mind
2 June 2020
From wine labels and websites to logos and brochures, the criteria to justify beautiful design rests upon how well it serves its function.
Still, a lot of companies have teams working from dedicated corporate office spaces. But utilising video conferencing more often has numerous benefits!
Firstly, it saves a lot of time and therefore money. Instead of driving to and from meetings, employees can more billable hours since they don’t have to drive to client meetings. Your company credit card might also get some slack as you don’t have to pay for coffees, lunches and dinners.
In the search of the tools available, you might stumble upon platforms you never knew existed, or realise that you are under-utilising a platform you are already paying for.
There are countless video conferencing tools available. At G2, we are particularly fond of
But choosing the best one (or four) to meet your company’s and clients’ needs, there are a few things to keep in mind, including but not limited to
Just because meetings are now run virtually, basic meeting etiquette still counts! To maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of online meetings, we recommend
These are just a few guidelines you can follow. At G2 we create virtual spaces to ensure our employees stay connected to each other and our clients. In the advanced technological age we are living in, there are no excuses available not to dominate the digital sphere in its entirety.
Have any other suggestions? We would love to hear from you. Please feel free to share your ideas.
18 March 2020
Utilising video conferencing tools to stay connected is not a new idea. Neither is working remotely. The latter trend has been gaining more prominence over the last few years as teams and expanding and requiring more flexibility while companies require larger talent pools (among other reasons).