Why a Whiteboard is Better Than a Big Computer Screen

Posted by Robert Feeley on

Most conference rooms have a whiteboard at one end for people to offer presentations to groups of people, and they also often will have a large monitor for the presenter to opt for a computer-generated presentation such as PowerPoint.

Both have advantages, but we believe that the whiteboard option is superior in many instances, and here's why:

With a computer presentation, there's usually just one person in control and able to change things on the screen. One mouse and one keyboard. With a whiteboard, everyone can get involved, especially if it's a creative or design-oriented project. Everyone can add their two cents, things are more fluid, and more "juice" flowing into the overall project.

Limited Space - Computers may have gigabytes of memory, but there is limited space on a monitor for the expansion of creative ideas. Whiteboards, and specifically Whiteboard In A Box can literally cover a wall. Or more than one wall, if needed! 

Whiteboard In A Box is a self-stick adhesive dry erase film that adheres to any clean, flat surface and it's great for designing projects, delivering a presentation, or creating a story on a story board. Because it comes in rolls, you just roll out the amount you need, trim with scissors or a craft knife, and up on the wall it goes! The product will remain securely stuck to the underlying surface for as long as you need, but will do no damage.

People can add or subtract whatever works and when everyone is done and you want to capture the finished product, snap a picture!


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