ORAD Goes Paper Free
Updated: Mar 25
ORAD is introducing reusable digital cards to kick-start its sustainable journey. The vibrant design of the cards was Zoha Abbas's (Instagram @design_niche)’ take on creating a PVC card that would allow clients to access the company’s socials, website, contact information, and digital library with a simple tap. Moreover, the company information can also be saved and shared with other contacts through NFC. The visual memory attached to cards, combined with waterproof design and durability, make paper cards a thing of the past, ushering the design agency into a new era of technological advancement and sustainability.
There are several reasons why companies around the world are adopting a paper-free model. These range from environmental concerns to cost-efficiency increased security and creating an overall stellar customer experience.
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware of the impact of paper usage on the environment, such as deforestation and carbon emissions. Adopting a paper-free model can help reduce the company's carbon footprint and promote sustainable practices.
Printing and storing paper documents can be expensive for companies. Going paper-free can help save money on paper, ink, and storage space. Business cards made from paper often end up in the deepest parts of our wallets, and cardholders never see the light of day. Most people would look up the company online to learn more about their products or services.
Digital documents can be easily accessed, shared, and searched, improving the efficiency of business processes. It can also reduce the time and effort needed to manage and organize paper documents. Digital documents can also be encrypted and stored securely, reducing the risk of losing or stealing sensitive information.
Many customers now expect companies to operate environmentally conscious, and going paper-free can be seen as a positive step in this direction. This is why Office For Radical Architecture Disciplines has taken the initiative to adopt a paper-free model and set an example for organizations in Pakistan.