Monthly Archives: July 2012

Choosing a Kiosk – Step 1: Establish the Function

The first step in choosing a kiosk, booth or shelter is to determine the exact purpose for the structure. When considering a design, start by listing the functions that your staff must perform and the purpose for having the kiosk. … Continue reading

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Choosing a Kiosk – Step 2: Creating the Layout / Design Considerations

Now that the functions of the kiosk and attendant have been determined, you can begin with step #2 – creating a workable layout. Many builders offer standard, “off-the-shelf” kiosks. These standard structures give you a basic kiosk in a range … Continue reading

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Choosing a Kiosk – Step 3: Ergonomics and Comfort

A content employee is generally a productive one, and for many reasons, it is prudent to consider workplace ergonomics in the design process as step #3. Everything from the chair and counter to transaction window heights and reach should be … Continue reading

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Choosing a Kiosk – Step 4: Consider Aesthetics in the Design Process

To create a great first impression, a kiosk must make a positive visual statement. Just like front line staff, your kiosk should also be “dressed for success” to meet and greet your clients and the public. Step #4 highlights want … Continue reading

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