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Aspects affecting the choice

We’re all familiar with the concept of switching costs and their adverse effect on productivity. Switching costs are typically considered through the lens of how many work-related tasks you can assign to a given employee in a given day. What we don’t often think about are the switching costs between your project task, your email, your Slack channel, text messages, mobile notifications, the Game of Thrones recap in the kitchen and all the other distractions that you might entertain throughout your work week. By removing a few hours from each week’s schedule, we force our teams to become a touch more focused and efficient. Sure, there’s a little less joking around at lunch hour, and maybe we fall a touch behind on our Instagram feeds. But it also means that while we’re here at work, we’re spending most of our time actually working.

We’re certainly not the first company to experiment with non-traditional hours. Summer Fridays have been a standard part of the Madison Avenue experience for decades, and those agencies have somehow managed to stay in business from Memorial Day through Labor Day. We look up to and admire companies leading the charge in this space. The educational software firm Treehouse actually employs a Monday–Thursday work week and still strives for an 8 hour work day! Maybe one day we’ll get there.

We’re all familiar with the concept of switching costs and their adverse effect on productivity. Switching costs are typically considered through the lens of how many work-related tasks you can assign to a given employee in a given day. What we don’t often think about are the switching costs between your project task, your email, your Slack channel, text messages, mobile notifications, the Game of Thrones recap in the kitchen and all the other distractions that you might entertain throughout your work week. By removing a few hours from each week’s schedule, we force our teams to become a touch more focused and efficient. Sure, there’s a little less joking around at lunch hour, and maybe we fall a touch behind on our Instagram feeds. But it also means that while we’re here at work, we’re spending most of our time actually working.

We’re certainly not the first company to experiment with non-traditional hours. Summer Fridays have been a standard part of the Madison Avenue experience for decades, and those agencies have somehow managed to stay in business from Memorial Day through Labor Day. We look up to and admire companies leading the charge in this space. The educational software firm Treehouse actually employs a Monday–Thursday work week and still strives for an 8 hour work day! Maybe one day we’ll get there.

Steps to follow choosing the color scheme

Here is the short checklist of basic things to follow making solutions on general color scheme.

Clearly define the aim of the product

It is very important to define the most important useful points of the product which are going to solve user’s problems. This data will determine what kind of contents drives your product.

It is very important to define the most important useful points of the product which are going to solve user’s problems. This data will determine what kind of contents drives your product.