Bringing virtual meeting rooms to cross-border enterprise teams
RENDERING AND ANIMATION
Touchcast were going to market with a new technology which made communication for remote teams easier. But, how should they explain their offering and create a point of difference by making its interactions more engaging?
We wanted to make communication more human across different timezones. Allow for users to contribute without permissions and in different ways - so they could brainstorm, present, contribute or gather input from everyone on their team.
Each component of the suite had its own unique set of features and speciality. We designed a branding system that communicated the individuality of each component within the software family.
Before Zoom was the de-facto term for video calls, we wanted to create interactions for organizations spread across locations, that felt more like sitting across the table from each other. Members were able to share multimedia, draw, annotate, take over and share screens seamlessly - all while getting real time input of the rest of the team.
Participants could easily take over anyone’s screen and draw on a real-time collaborative whiteboard. Team members who missed the meeting could revisit recorded sessions at a later time. Group chat was available with all the meeting members granted access to shared links and documents.
Secure virtual meeting suites allowed hosts to bring attendees together and offer them a personalized agenda featuring a list of their scheduled meetings. Notifications reminded them of upcoming meetings, and when the time came, they could join with one click. All your team meetings rooms were saved for easy-access later.
Participants could retrieve any related documents and other resources for any conversation including recordings and transcriptions of their meetings.