engagement/experience

Top design installation that transcended the Trump Wall

What won the Design Museum’s top prize for outstanding design in 2020? A see-saw for children to connect across the US-Mexico border

The Slow Office: a new anti-striving approach after the pandemic?

Covid-19 has challenged, critiqued and disrupted everything we know about the world of work. But this is only the beginning of the conversation according to a new report from Morey Smith

Business-to-business products set to support older workers

As more companies realise the benefits of retaining and supporting an older workforce, is there now a growing market for B2B (business to business) innovations for the silver-tech workplace?

Video-first learning: a long-overdue revolution in education?

Much like the workplace, the education system has been thrust into a remote learning experiment of unprecedented scale and scope. As schools and universities look to re-imagine the learning experience, video technology could be a lifeline for the future of education.

Mind over clutter: creating a mindful home office space

Many of us will be working from home on a more permanent basis, but how can we design our home to balance life and work? A new digital design guide by Kelly Robinson gives some tips

Great expectations: facing the demands of the digital generation

Many Gen Z entrants have started their working lives video-conferencing from home in the pandemic. Their technology behaviour will require employers to rethink their office offer in the race for talent, according to a new report from Logitech

One unified service: time for joined-up thinking on workplace

All companies now wrestle with the multi-faceted challenge of how to improve worker performance, so why don’t IT, HR and FM come out of their silos to provide one unified workplace management service?

Wellbeing dividend: making the workplace work for people

The rise in popularity of the coworking model suggests that people are gravitating towards a sense of community wellbeing - corporate workplaces need to step up