The LightSync by Philip Gordon Shares Sentiments Amongst Coworkers

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 26, 2011 • References: mrphilipgordon & yankodesign
Communication isn't everybody's strong suit, so the LightSync by Philip Gordon may offer coworkers the opportunity to interact with each other on a more intuitive level.

This simple object is essentially a communal mood indicator designed to connect people working on the same project from different places. Whether your team members' cubicles are spread out, or you're all working from completely separate office buildings, the temper-telling light will surely keep everyone connected.

Sending faxes, emails, texts, leaving voicemail messages and even speaking over the phone can be time-consuming and often unnecessary. The LightSync by Philip Gordon encourages you to adjust your lamp to the color that represents your sentiments, and the feeling is broadcasted to other employees who will learn that all is well or perhaps that problem-solving is necessary. Stats for Mutual Mood Meters Trending: Older & Mild
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