Virtual Reality – VR for short – is definitely one of the big hypes of the year. Our opinion: rightly so! Virtual Reality makes people curious, active and enthusiastic! And the reaction from Orgatec confirmed this assessment. But what makes the world of virtual reality so appealing and what does any of it have to do with planning and sales? We’ve put together a few arguments.
The year is coming to a close, but we’re not done yet!
The newest version of pCon.planner is here and it brings with it some exciting new features. pCon.planner 7.4 incorporates several new features enhancing presentation opportunities, increasing ease-of-use and improving rendering outputs. Those using the PRO version can also look forward to a highly improved layout section that will allow you to efficiently and creatively design informative, organized concept boards.
The NEN chair from Sellex in the Scottish Parliament. Image source: Sellex
If benches could talk, those from Sellex would have quite a few stories to tell. From the lobby of London’s City Hall and the Scottish Parliament to the world’s largest mall in Dubai, the Spanish furniture manufacturer holds quite the resume for design integration.
Regardless of what a product does and how it’s used, these aspects become obsolete when the overall user experience fails to impress. Take a simple piece of furniture, for example. Sure, it could be manufactured based on the most up-to-date ergonomic research and the price may be on point, but who wants to buy it if the design just doesn’t speak to them? The key is to check all the right boxes, giving your customers the best possible experience on all fronts. That’s exactly what the pCon.box ensures!
In the last few weeks we’ve been on the search for inspiration and have found and shared design ideas for rooms with sloped roofs. But before you get started on planning a space like this, you first have to build it! Have a look at the video below to see how such a plan can be created in pCon.planner.
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Problem areas or impressive corners – rooms with pitched roofs can sometimes feel like a blessing, other times like a curse. But if you’ve got them, avoiding them won’t help. Instead, constructive ideas are needed! With just a quick browse through the web, the message is clear: you may have less space to work with, but in a few simple steps, you’ll end up with a cozy space full of personality!
We spend the majority of our work day sitting. Can you imagine the impact those 6 to 8 hours have on your body? Office furniture manufacturers are well aware of the risks and are constantly working to improve and implement ergonomic and creative solutions that can proactively combat this issue. This includes furniture manufacturer Herman Miller. The firm’s sit-stand Ratio Series, for example, which works to encourage workplace activity and combat long-periods of sitting, is one of many examples of creative and effective ergonomic design.
Image source: Koelnmesse. More pictures from the trade fair here.
ORGATEC has come and gone, and while the halls of the Koelnmesse have already been filled with new and exciting events, the happenings from the international trade fair for office and facility still remain – and that’s for good reason!
Communication is key. It’s been said time and time again, and never fails to ring true. So, why not do everything in your power to establish the most efficient and effective line of communication for your sales?
We often speak about furniture in regard to placement. The best layout for work place productivity, how to make the most out of a small space, which type of lighting should go where. And these are all well and good, but productivity and effectiveness can only go so far without taking sound into account. Often overlooked until it gets in the way, the acoustics of an office are vital elements when it comes to work place productivity and effectiveness.