Wow Clients with Multi- Screen Presentations
Designers and architects can never have enough space to create their design ideas, especially when it comes to showing their designs to clients.
A power point presentation is sometimes used to provide the designer or architect with memory challenge with an organized method to remember everything that his is expected to convey to his clients. This is usually done at the cost of the client's consciousness and attention. Although it is probably true that the clients will have to say yes so as to avoid sitting down to view more slides on the screen, the results recorded by most sales is not encouraging.
In selecting a presentation screen, some questions need to be asked: How clear does the screen need to be? What task will the screen be used for? How responsive does the screen need to be? In what environment will the screen be placed?
In an environment where the Screen placed on an electric power table will have to endure grease, dust and dirt or suffer the risk of becoming wet, then a capacitive, sealed touch screen would be a great option. They are very rugged and durable and many of such are built for dust and water resistance.
When clarity is of essence for most screens for stand up desk, then panel based, surface wave screen is a better option. These types of screens placed on electric lift tables can be damaged easily but provide better optical accuracy and clarity than other types of screens. If an educational screen is to be used in a public place, then the simplest form of screen on a height adjustable desk is to be used when there is a risk of vandalism.
Four monitor configurations screens are a wonderful convenience that allows designers and architects to greatly expand their computer workspace. How to position the screens best and what to do with the extra cords are some of the problems that follow this emerging technology. A four monitor configuration greatly improves the benefits and makes it easier to switch between applications. The standing office desk plays a major role in the organization of the screens.
Most of the stands have cable organizer that tucks away all the strands of cables. The stands feature an adjustable height office that allows designers to swivel, tilt and rotate the screen setup.
The use of 4 monitor configuration maximizes efficiency and productivity. With most models, it is possible to either or all screens to be viewed in portrait or landscape orientation while some are dedicated to only vertical and horizontal monitor placement. All screens can be viewed at eye level thus allowing for multi-tasking and ease of tracking multiple sources of information simultaneously.
There are different styles, shapes and colours of the stands, which are available to suit the needs of architects and designers.