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Cisco TelePresence for Design Collaboration

- November 4, 2009 - 0 Comments

Last year, I blogged about some projects we’ve done using Cisco TelePresence for usability testing and customer interviews.  We have also begun using Cisco TelePresence quite a bit for collaborative design.

Here are pictures from two recent projects we’ve been using TelePresence for.

The first is from a recent landing page and Flash review, which our LA partners are working on. That’s Maureen’s head you see in San Jose California, and Caitlin, Johan and Rich from LA are visible in on our one-screen TelePresence (they have a three screen unit in LA). TelePresence collaboration works really well with WebEx meetings, which we usually run at the same time, and TelePresence also has a nice way to project the designs we’re talking about either on the screen or below it.


Below is another session from last week where we have a team working on designing some new exciting new features for the support areas for Here we had people in Herndon, Virginia; Research Triangle Park, North Carolina; and two locations in San Jose, California. (This team included people from with user experience, project management, and business unit involvement.)

Are you using Cisco TelePresence or WebEx meetings in your design and collaboration efforts? Let us know.


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