Here’s What Snow-Inspired Working from Home Looked Like This Winter

In January, we joined Perkins+Will for a Twitter chat led by Rachel Casanova, a principal and director of workplace at P+W, inspired by folks working remotely in the wake of record-breaking snowfall. Below, they’ve compiled nuggets from the conversation into an infographic (illustrated by Genia Narinskaya, a graphic designer at P+W) that offers a peek into the costs and benefits of (and the best tools for) working from home during the winter of 2015 (and my, how the iPhone has changed things!)…

Thanks again to Perkins+Will for hosting the conversation and creating this infographic!
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