For the first time in a long time, we are collectively experiencing a worldwide phenomenon that dictates us to work from home or work remotely. We are seeing enterprises rapidly adopt principles and policies even before most have had the time or opportunity to properly prepare for this quarantine. At this time of social distancing, the only way to be connected to our colleagues and customers is through video conferencing tools.
Platforms like Zoom and Skype have proved their worth as millions can be virtually connected from home. However, partaking in a virtual meet-up is also causing a new type of predicament to take form: the anxiety of what and how we look like on-screen.