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WE WORK REMOTELY REGULARLY
WHERE IT MAKES SENSE
Remote collaboration with a landscape design client makes sense when in-person meetings are impractical due to distance or cost. It is beneficial for tight timelines, enabling efficient communication, quick decision-making, and the use of digital tools to present designs effectively.
WHERE IT DOESN'T
Working with a landscape design client remotely may not make sense in certain scenarios. For instance, when the project requires frequent on-site visits and hands-on assessments, in-person collaboration is more suitable. Remote communication might also be challenging if the client prefers face-to-face interactions or has limited technological capabilities. Additionally, complex projects that involve intricate details and nuances may benefit from direct engagement to ensure clear understanding and alignment. Lastly, if the project involves extensive physical modifications or installations, working remotely might hinder effective coordination and supervision.
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