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Stupid Usability #51

Conference Room Usability

Written By: High Monkey
Posted: 5/12/2014

From the mind of Peter Serzo, VP of Consulting Services at High Monkey:

A few weeks ago I was teaching a class at a SharePoint Conference in San Francisco. As you probably already know, all rooms in public spaces are rated for maximum occupancy. The situation was no different in this case, below was the sign in the room.



Although it is helpful to know the mazimum capacity of a room, it would be good to know what exactly the difference between concentrated and unconcentrated occupancy is!
 

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Posted: 5/12/2014 12:00:00 AM by Brian Haukos | with 0 comments