This project, like every other Hereworks installation, starts with understanding. Watch this quick video with Derek Carey at Dublin City University discussing how he and his colleagues work to simplify the user interface, provide onsite training and support - and truly understand the needs of the people using the technology!
How does the right audiovisual installation and design help third-level students connect with their lecturers, the college community and their work? Find out from Ryan McCusker about his experience in Dublin City University in this short video! Hereworks installation at DCU part 1.
The words ‘blended’ and hybrid’ have become cliches for a reason. The role of a HR Manager has evolved considerably over the past year. Our traditional vision of the workplace has been dramatically altered, and this means that the technology requirements have changed too. Human Resources Managers are often called
The AVaaS model has developed rapidly as it a simple and cost-effective application that enables workforce mobility. Covid 19 has been a catalyst that has forced companies to redesign the means by which they work and collaborate, and AVaaS is the solution. Check out the range of benefits below. Empowers
The final video in our series 'What do Smart Buildings feel like for the people in them.
This short video will help you to understand how best to help people be happier and more engaged with their work. Head over to Hereworks for more stories. Smart Buildings pt 4 - Delighting People with Tech from Hereworks on Vimeo.
Data is Currency: Find out in this 30 second video how Smart Buildings capture data to help organisations make decisions about the user experience of the people in their building. This is a 5 part video series that explores each of these themes. Smart Buildings pt 2 - Data is
Smart Buildings put humans in the loop in many ways. A Smart building allows visitors, staff and potential hires to be immersed in the brand story; it truly integrates people with their environment; it improves the comfort of building occupiers and it delights people with the helpful technology it places
We’re no longer afraid to act the eejit on a Zoom meeting The video conference has become a place where we are relaxed and authentic. Most of us have become comfortable enough to remove the filter, and it’s not as important to tidy up or dress formally for meetings. The
How do you and your team innovate on yet another Zoom or MS Teams meeting? Everybody is talking about innovation these days, it has almost become a cliche, maybe some people are suffering from innovation fatigue. And then of course there's the added constraint of the new workplace rules