Dot voting is a facilitation method that helps groups prioritize possibilities and make decisions. When you have a set of unprioritized ideas, everyone uses a set of “dots” to distribute their votes as they see fit.
Ari Abraham [he/him]
This may come as a surprise, but virtual sessions generally create more fatigue than in-person meetings. The combination of being seated, extended screen time, and the lack of in-person stimuli often mean that even a 90-minute session can result in participants losing focus and feeling tired.
One thing that every project here at Tremendousness has in common is the translation of complex information into compelling visual formats. This is what we do to help our clients tell the stories they’re trying to communicate.
There must be a parity of experience for all participants, whether on-site or remote, because collaboration and co-creation work best when you can create a shared experience.
Mechanical watch dials are an excellent example of an industry embracing complexity but not making it complicated. The thought that goes into a feature-rich dial is a good representation of how we think about the synthesis and packaging of complex information into digestible, visual nuggets here at Tremendousness.