The workplace is primed for researchers to explore employee behavior and generations in response to their physical environment. However, the struggle is determining what type of research will be most beneficial and how to implement the research findings into the workplace.
Business leaders want to know how to maximize employee productivity while balancing their employee's work and life commitments.
Creating a sustainable future is at the forefront of the climate change discussion. As a Facilities Planner, I have the ability to design spaces that look great and provide for a sustainable future.
Interface® carpet is working with villagers in the Philippines to recycle their old fishing nets and turn them into carpet that we can use in our commercial buildings and schools. It's called Net Effect™. This is a powerful video.
We have used this carpet in several projects at my work – you won't be disappointed with the product. It's also a great talking point with your executives and employees.
Jake Barton shares his experiences in crafting the media of the 9/11 museum in New York City. He shares how they wrote a custom algorithm to crowdsource video, text and audio of that tragic day.
I found this fascinating and sought to find ways to build new media into new spaces at work that can take people on a journey. This new type of experience could be extremely powerful in helping customers connect with your brand or experience. I encourage you to check out this short video.