Can the software easily support multiple production sites across geographical locations?
Did your research challenge any preconceived ideas about power production and consumption?
How do you reduce your total cycle time from production to in store/online availability?
How is directory information replicated between sites, and what domain design is in place?
How long does it usually take you to obtain information about potential production times?
Is there a dedicated intern or some employee hours to contribute to production and design?
What does production centered design look like, and how is user centered design different?
What health and safety considerations are important when creating digital media products?
What is the most critical information provisional imagery can convey to a production designer?
Why is it so limited participation of the contractors in the design and production phases?
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