Updated: Jun 9
Working at home, under siege from the coronavirus, means finding a quiet space to communicate remotely with clients and colleagues. Thanks to video conferencing tools like Google Hangouts and Zoom, it also means exposing one’s private sphere to the eyes of outsiders. While the format of a video call may seem like a more casual, laidback form of communication, it's just as important to dress the part and present yourself as you would for an in-person meeting. In addition to what you're wearing, there are some simple and meaningful steps you can take towards readying your surrounding space and properly setting up your camera and microphone for the clearest communication.
See The New York Times' full guide of tips here