Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Instructional media production tips: Fasteners, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- To create great instructional content,…you need a physical space that really supports you,…the way you like to work, and the kind of work…that you're creating.…You'll also find yourself constantly mocking up…little projects to solve some temporary problem…that you're facing during your production process.…Therefore, in this week's episode…of Training Tips Weekly, I'm going to share with you…five secret fasteners for customizing your space…and rapid prototyping solutions to meet your needs better.…Number one, adhesive back hoop and loop fasteners.…
Now this stuff is amazingly helpful.…You can pick it up by the roll at nearly…every local hardware, fabric store, or online…and attach the loop side to the underside…of furniture in your space such as a shelf,…a desk, table, or a cabinet.…Then attach the hook side to peripherals like USB hubs.…You can then easily access all the ports right where…you need them and keep your desk space clutter free.…The hook side of the fastener will also stick…to most carpets found in many offices.…
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