During the course of the day, we work many ways. Whether alone, on-the-go, or collaboratively in groups, the goal is the same – to do productive work. Using our human-centered design approach, we’ve identified four common work styles that encompass employee and student preferences and different types of work. These work styles play a key role in how furniture and the overall work and learning environment can positively impact employee and student morale and productivity, as well as health and wellness.
Discover Your Work Style
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It’s all about me. Specific, intense work is accomplished alone and requires concentration. For these tasks, spaces need to diminish distractions both audible and visual.
For those who want the best of both worlds. Semi-private spaces in a shared environment encourages a higher level of engagement. Work on individual projects or join forces with your colleague to deliberate a new idea.