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Comments on: Different Time Zones / on the search of the Pace of Design / the first days http://www.experimentadesign.pt/2009/blog/?p=109 EXD'09/LISBOA Thu, 22 Oct 2020 08:47:41 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7.1 hourly 1 By: Tulga Beyerle http://www.experimentadesign.pt/2009/blog/?p=109#comment-4 Tulga Beyerle Wed, 25 Mar 2009 17:29:14 +0000 http://www.experimentadesign.pt/2009/blog/?p=109#comment-4 Dear Max, funny that you are commenting or asking me about that, because YES I think it is very interesting, how international design studios work with the time differences and right now I feel caught in the middle. Yesterday afternoon I came back from Lunar Design early, started checking my emails from Austria, where everybody was luckily fast asleep already, so my answers and work was ready for their morning - but still I always feel a little behind- when Michael Young, who I am going to visit in Hong Kong got online, answering questions I had submitted just a couple of minutes ago, just starting his early morning. He said, he loves being ahead of time and keeping his European clients busy, when they start their working day. So my conculsion was - always stay east from your clients and deadlines :-) Dear Max, funny that you are commenting or asking me about that, because YES I think it is very interesting, how international design studios work with the time differences and right now I feel caught in the middle. Yesterday afternoon I came back from Lunar Design early, started checking my emails from Austria, where everybody was luckily fast asleep already, so my answers and work was ready for their morning - but still I always feel a little behind- when Michael Young, who I am going to visit in Hong Kong got online, answering questions I had submitted just a couple of minutes ago, just starting his early morning. He said, he loves being ahead of time and keeping his European clients busy, when they start their working day. So my conculsion was - always stay east from your clients and deadlines :-)

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By: Max Bruinsma http://www.experimentadesign.pt/2009/blog/?p=109#comment-3 Max Bruinsma Wed, 25 Mar 2009 14:32:30 +0000 http://www.experimentadesign.pt/2009/blog/?p=109#comment-3 Quite an impressive – and daunting – travel scheme! An interesting aspect of time: lag-time. It could be interesting to check how internationally operating design studios deal with that. If you're in San Francisco and your client is in Tokyo or Boston or Vilnius, how does that affect communication and working hours? Does lag-time have any effect on the working process? I know, for instance, that when I'm editing a text that a client in New York needs before noon the next day, I have basically that whole day to finish it – the six hours time difference between Amsterdam and New York feel like 'extra time'. If the client is 6 hours to the east, it works the other way around, of course ;-) Quite an impressive – and daunting – travel scheme! An interesting aspect of time: lag-time. It could be interesting to check how internationally operating design studios deal with that. If you’re in San Francisco and your client is in Tokyo or Boston or Vilnius, how does that affect communication and working hours? Does lag-time have any effect on the working process?
I know, for instance, that when I’m editing a text that a client in New York needs before noon the next day, I have basically that whole day to finish it – the six hours time difference between Amsterdam and New York feel like ‘extra time’. If the client is 6 hours to the east, it works the other way around, of course ;-)

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