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Behind The Scenes With Plantronics Voyager 6200 UC

December 10, 2018 | by Dinnae Galloway

Behind The Scenes With Plantronics Voyager 6200 UC

I personally love my Voyager 6200 UC, as it is light, inconspicuous, and allows me the freedom to have just one or both ear buds in, just to name a few features that make me love it... But... Have you ever wondered how the industrial design team at Plantronics goes from concept to creation?

 

Jennifer Kehoe, Plantronics’ global product marketing manager sat down with John Kelley, Plantronics’ principal industrial designer, for a behind the scenes, first-look, at the creation of the Voyager 6200 UC headset. The innovative neckband headset, designed with the enterprise in mind, provides the versatility needed in today’s workforce while maintaining a consumer product aesthetic. Learn more about the Plantronics Voyager 6200 UC design process in this Q&A with Jennifer and John.

 

Jennifer: Who did you have in mind to use the Voyager 6200 UC?

John: The objective for the Voyager 6200 UC was to deliver a headset that someone can wear all day, in a way that is unobtrusive and easily accessible when needed. We imagined connected professionals in the office and on the move who need professional-grade audio performance for mobile and PC calls and who expect immersive stereo for listening to music. The headset had to allow for seamless switching between mobile, UC calls and immersive music. We also took into account professionals who need to quickly make themselves available for impromptu in-person conversations.

 

Read the full Q&A on the Plantronics Blog here.

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Dinnae Galloway

Dinnae Galloway

Dinnae is IComm's Marketing Manager, bringing to the company over 20 years experience in various marketing roles in even more varied industries. Her passion for seeing the bigger picture, and focusing on the strategy and long range plans has meant change for IComm's marketing, and our goals in how we communicate to our audience... not to sell, but to educate. Informed and educated consumers make better decisions -- and that means that IComm has done our job. Connect with Dinnae on LinkedIn.

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December 10, 2018 | by Dinnae Galloway

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