What sets us apart from our competitors is that we genuinely take an interest and care about your project from the user perspective, the processes you are wanting to make visible, or the problem you are trying to solve. We don’t just want to push a commodity at you, we want to ensure you’ve got a solution best matched to your needs, and we stick with you right through the journey from manufacture to installation, through after-sales to process support, refurbishment and relocation.
Here are some further details about each facet of our service.
We are designing new layouts for whiteboards every day of the week, from plain whiteboards with a company logo in the corner or watermarked across the whole area, to calendar whiteboards, or production scheduling whiteboards with grids and headings, to full colour site plans or regional maps. We also do bespoke designs for things like tactics boards, pledge boards and Top Gear -style leaderboards. We are used to helping clients through the design process in a stress and hassle-free way which removes the risk and makes the experience and the end product a breath of fresh air. See our custom printed boards for more info.
We have a track record as innovators and take huge pride in developing bespoke solutions for clients like HMRC, BBC, Nike and IBM. We have unrivalled materials and production expertise with a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to re-inventing the whiteboard as many times as is humanly possible, and it’s not just whiteboards – we have designed and made bespoke furniture for independent schools, universities and commercial clients, with a focus on products for optimising learning, and collaboration workspaces.
As our products are made to order, we tend to go the extra mile and deliver all but the smaller packages to you on our own transport. This removes the risk that all that hard work we put it to ensuring your needs and deadlines are met is not all undone by a carrier who doesn’t have the same vested interests at stake. What extra this costs is often offset by savings in packaging time and materials, and as we usually also commission or install our products on site, its more efficient to bring them with us straight from production, than incur additional costs and risks in extra handling and storage.
Our installation team is frequently commended for the courtesy and efficiency of their work. They are as familiar working in an occupied office space as they are to working on a live construction site, and readily adapt to the circumstances and behave accordingly.
We are a small team and it’s often the same guys installing our products on your wall as produced and assembled those products back at base. It keeps us all on our game and gives everyone the satisfaction of seeing a job through to completion.
Many of our installed products have a very long life and will often outlast the lease on your premises, so you’ll want to take them with you. We are called upon with increasing regularity, to relocate walls and whiteboards from one site to another, often modifying sizes to suit the new location.
We also provide a refurbishment service, restoring the surfaces of tired whiteboards and resurfacing or replacing those which have gone beyond viable refurbishment.
Where you need input into how this can be achieved, we will introduce you to a process expert with appropriate experience in the kinds of processes you operate, or want to implement. If they can’t help you over the phone, they will meet with you and either work alongside you to pilot a solution or facilitate a discovery session with key people in your team.
Visual thinking tools can be tremendously powerful in engaging groups or teams in organisational development processes such as ideation, strategy definition, project scoping, risk management, business model canvas, defining a value proposition etc. We can put you in touch with one of our Associates best able to facilitate a workshop, or train or coach you in effective visual thinking processes to derive best outcomes.
Logovisual began life as the product development arm of Centre for Management Creativity. Our purpose then was to develop a visual thinking toolkit to support a specific facilitation technique – LVT Method. That toolkit caters for personal and team sessions using drywipe magnetic hexagons on portable whiteboards, larger tiles and sticky notes for use on wall mounted boards, and a software App for capturing session outputs to create visual reports and import into workflow tools.
Since then we have developed bespoke visual toolkits for other training and consulting organisations and their own unique processes, often printing designs on the whiteboards and process shapes, and branding the kits to the relevant client organisation.