In this blogpost we will give you some useful tips and tricks how to use CollaBoard to make your daily student life easier. See here 7 cool scenarios. 1.Real-time collaboration, accessing & sharing content 2.Write down your ideas and brainstorm in the group 3. Share and ink on YouTube Tutorial
In this blog post, we are going to share the transformation of workshops with you. It will inspire you to rethink the way you are doing workshops now. How we used to do workshops Most business workshops are done in a small group of people, that are working together for
Swissbau is Switzerland’s largest trade fair in the construction industry. This year’s edition, which took place on January 16-20 in Basel, featured a special section on Digital Transformation in construction. The Innovationlab showcased the new technologies that should support and enable designing, building, using, and operating structures in digital ways.
The Challenge – How to create digital Mind Maps in groups? A couple of years ago, computer-based mind-mapping tools were much slower than pen and paper or whiteboards. Today, things are different. Digital ink and touch technologies have matured, and can now fully replace analog handwriting. New devices supporting pen
Wish you could ink on CollaBoard’s canvas? Our latest release includes inking on the background and adds new, improved menus to the Surface Hub and Windows 10 devices, including large Windows 10-powered conferencing touchscreens. Let’s have a look at the app’s new exciting features.
There is something which is quite familiar for most of us. Not for all us, but for, I’d say 60 to 70% of us. And it’s the Windows UI. As you know, during the past few years, it didn’t change that much. Yes Microsoft added a lot of features and
Didn’t we all, at some point, dream of a device like the Surface Studio? A designer device with a great display, perfect size, unparalleled inking and a completely new peripheral: the Surface Dial. As it is perfect for creative work and high-level brainstorming, we just had to try CollaBoard on it. Here is how it went.
I started thinking about this while I was reading “Work like Da Vinci” by Michael J. Gelb. It hit me like a rock, it just happened. It became clearer when, about 7 years ago, I was doing a presentation to some former colleagues. The presentation was about applying what I learned from that book to our work, our job roles, our goals.