Product tips: Top tips and tricks for using your whiteboard wallcovering or paint
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Tips and tricks for using your whiteboard wallcovering or paint
Transforming your workspace into an area of increased productivity and creativity is easier than you think with our innovative products.
Read below for some top tips and tricks for using our whiteboard products.
The addition of a whiteboard surface to your office means less clutter and mess, allowing you to streamline your workspace.
There’s no need for bundles of papers and charts everywhere, instead, just write your ideas and plans directly to the wall and erase after.
A writable surface will also motivate you and your colleagues to stand up and work on the wall throughout the day as sitting at a desk for hours on end can reduce your energy levels. Give each team member a marker so they can add their contribution to the wall, this will get everyone’s circulation and creative juices flowing!
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Having an entire wall to write upon can be overwhelming when it’s needed for various purposes. If you need to section off parts of your surface, we recommend using whiteboard markers to clearly segment different areas of your whiteboard.
Dividing your whiteboard surface into sections for specific aspects, such as brainstorming, is very beneficial. It can motivate colleagues to be more focused on their thoughts. It’s also good to have part of your whiteboard set aside to jot down any random ideas throughout the day.
Use a permanent marker or coloured adhesive tape to section off these areas of your whiteboard. Our Permanent Ink Remover Spray will remove both of these products when needed.
It’s important to share the workload evenly amongst your team to ensure no one becomes overwhelmed or burns out.
At the beginning of each week, set out the tasks and deadlines on your whiteboard wall for the week ahead. This allows you to delegate responsibilities clearly and efficiently to your team. Use different coloured markers to identify teams and updates.
You’ll be used to writing on a sheet of paper in front of you, but remember, you now have an entire wall! Make sure your writing is clear and legible to your colleagues.
Don’t be afraid to write in capital letters (no one will think you’re yelling, promise) and underline keywords to make points more legible and easier to understand. You can also write the more important points in different colours to make them stand out more.