Mockups "The woodworking firm was very responsive and flexible. We did mockups of the jury area which resulted in collaborative changes," notes Baker. "Reviewing the judge's bench at one construction meeting, the judge noticed that we had planned three trenches for electronic monitors. He asked for a way to have two of the three covered for most sessions when only a single judge is residing. Watson Wood Works revised the design to incorporate an easily removeable top that provides the additional surface area the judge wanted and seamlessly blend in with the surroundings." 42 I designsolutions fall 2017 "There was significant effort in design of the modesty screen for the jurors as well as the judge's bench, such that the screen presented a clean and functional look from both the exterior side and interior side and concealed all wiring for the individual juror screens and speakers," points out Sam Binkley of Wake Forest University. "Partially recessed monitor wells were created in both the juror writing surface and the judge's writing surface so that the screens are easily used, but not an obstruction for sight lines between the jurors and the judge. Mockups in plywood were created and cardboard monitors installed to make sure the design functioned as planned."