What does COVID-19 mean for Patton’d Studios?

News // March 17, 2020

Business as usual

Like all of you, we’ve been watching the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) situation unfold and develop into an increasingly serious issue – one that is not going away anytime soon. There is no doubt this will absolutely have an impact on businesses – particularly small businesses both within Australia, and worldwide.  Read on to find out what coronavirus means for Patton’d Studios and all current and future projects.

As you know, the Studio’s setup is predominately a remote one and so we are quite well-positioned to deal with pandemic-associated events and at this stage, it is business as usual for all current and future projects.

Despite this, there are some changes we are implementing effective as of today. These include:

– All face-to-face meetings have been swapped for conference calls.

– All workshops have either been postponed until further notice, or if possible, moved to an online webinar platform.

– If they were not already, all design team members, are now working remotely.

This is what we've trained for

On a positive note, research – including research around COVID-19 and related health and safety information is something we are trained to do and we are standing by, ready to make room for any and all those needing design services for this purpose.

Whilst we do not foresee any major disruptions to project timelines at this stage, we must emphasise that health and safety always comes first. If circumstances do arise that impact project milestones, we will be sure to communicate this as early as possible so we can work with you to find a solution.

As always, we appreciate your patience and understanding as we adjust to these new conditions.

Stay well, stay safe and carry on!

Image Credit: Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS

Want to stay up to date on Studio news, articles and behind the scenes? Why not subscribe to Patton’d Studios (no spam we promise!) or follow us on social media.


Share it online:

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email
Share on pinterest