Just Google Email etiquette and you will get loads and loads of articles on what to do (and what not to do) while writing emails, how to make sure that you convey the right “tone” and “intent”, how to avoid misunderstandings and confusions, etc. etc.
Talking about innovations, the most elegant ones are also the most simple. I was browsing thru this design blog, where I found this clock which also has a “To-Do” feature. I just loved this design. For someone like me who is not very comfortable setting reminders on mobile phones, this clock is an excellent tool to organize and plan a day.
PS: Read my previous post on another interesting and innovative Clock Design here
Ever wondered by almost all clocks have the hours 3, 6, 9 and 12 highlighted? Something to do with symmetry I guess. But, why not highlight any other hour? And why not highlight based on functional aspects rather than aesthetic aspects?
Probably this was the question in the mind of the designer who came up this amazing design of a clock which has 9 (the time at which one should come to office) 12 (lunch time) and 5 (time to go) highlighted in the clock. Out of box thinking at its best!
HR Managers: if you are looking for something to gift to your employees – search no more – this is the perfect gift you can give to your employees!
And when I start working, I definitely want this clock in my office.
Source: I.D. Magazine