Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 12:23:09 PM. Chair. By Alicia Haas.
Firstly they want it to be comfortable, but secondly they also want it to look good, fit in with the room’s décor and add a visual point of interest. In terms of ”comfort”, the expression is far too general. An ergonomic office chair is comfortable for working on a PC, but it would not be considered ideal or appropriate for watching TV in the evening. So even ”comfort” means different things in the context of different environments and different ways of using a chair. Our expectations of the chair have and continue to grow and expand as we develop more activities, more ways of performing seated tasks, and as different designs and trends come into and go out of fashion.
What do you want to achieve: when designing the stand, your vision should include what you hope to achieve from the experience with the clients. Is it simply a tool to promote your latest product or are you seeking a more interactive experience with them. Interactive platforms should allow for a design that includes chairs and a table, this way you can sit your clients down and discuss the product with them. If you do not need to have a one on one experience with the client you can forgo the chairs and have a more open space dedicated to the product. Digital interaction: bring your design into the 21st century. Give your clients the opportunity to view the products by providing Tablets or a presentation for them to watch when they visit your stand. People love technology and there are many ways in which you can incorporate it in a fun and sensible way in your overall design.
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