experience

The designed experience: what works and why we are in thrall

In a working world of greater individual choice, designing a better experience for employees has become an urgent priority. A new book explains how the transformative power of experience can be unleashed

Can the making of purposeful space speed up the return to office?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at a new report which suggests that understanding how and why employees utilise different workspaces could be the key to encouraging reluctant staff to come back

Workplace trends from the city that never sleeps

WORKTECH’s latest New York conference veered from a traditional focus on efficiency to explore issues of culture and experience as corporate America weighs up its options in the hybrid era

What it means to think and work outside the box

What are the most important factors affecting future office design? Design firm Studio Banana sets out 13 influential ideas to design better work environments in its book

Are social media influencers a gateway to hiring young talent?

How can traditional firms stay competitive in the race for young talent? A new trend suggests that career influencers on social media could play a critical role in reaching newer demographics

Why the cyborg workforce will arrive sooner than you think

New research by The Law Society in the UK highlights how crucial it is to get our heads around neurotechnology and its impact on the workforce before it becomes exploitative

How can caterers create super-experiences for hybrid era?

Great food and drink is set to play a growing part in bringing people back to the office. But have caterers and service providers got it right in terms of creating that wow factor for staff?

Reinventing the wellness wheel: designing for six areas of wellbeing

Wellbeing is an essential component of workplace performance, but what does ‘wellness in the workplace’ look like when we split our workdays between offices, homes and everywhere in between?