When Highfive started designing its Redwood City office, the stakes were, well, high.
The video-conferencing company considers its product to be a tool that fosters workplace efficiency — meaning an inefficient office would send exactly the wrong message to customers.
“We are creating a product that helps companies create and have better offices spaces for themselves, office spaces that work the way that people want,” CEO Shan Sinha said. “You don’t see cables and wires and connectors and that kind of thing all falling over. And we said, you know what, we want our office space to reflect the type of company that we’re trying to create.”