Unable to contend any longer with what had become nothing short
of an office obstacle course, this client came to GoodDeeds looking
for help to organize his home office.
After learning more about his work, what he needed, what he wanted
and didn’t want, GoodDeeds devised a system — not a
short-term “quick fix” — but a system that virtually
maintains itself. Once items of no use were tossed, GoodDeeds formulated
unique filing methods that enabled the client not only to find things,
but also allowed him to keep track of tasks, meet deadlines and
discard documents on a rolling basis.
Having addressed the ‘internal’ workings of his office,
it was time to consider the exterior, aesthetic aspects. First order
of business was to find something to do about the ‘spaghetti’
(numerous wires from the computer, printer, telephone, lamp, etc.)
that was not only dangerous, but was hiding a beautiful wooden desk.
Knowing that a typical plastic wire tube or grommet would not do
the desk, or the office justice, GoodDeeds consulted with a woodworking
design shop. Working closely for just a couple weeks, GoodDeeds
and the custom builder created a beautiful wooden ‘extension’
of the desk to house the unsightly wiring, while maintaining the
visual integrity of the desk and room.
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