Ah, video calls. What was once reserved for sick employees and out-of-state clients has morphed into our most essential form of contact. For starters, we feel it’s not really a video call if one or more children/pets don’t repeatedly jump into the camera frame. If they make some noise, even better!
Through repeated testing and research, we’ve also found that people should only see the top of your head for at least 50 percent of the call. It sounds like some odd, unexplainable phenomenon, but video conferences just seem to function better when everyone talks to your eyes and forehead. Weird.