To Work is Human
This article is the fifth and final article in our series The Four Elements of a Great Workspace. After covering designing your workspace for ergonomics, productivity, and communication, in this article we’ll cover the aesthetic considerations of workspace design.
This article is the fourth article in our series on the Four Elements of Workspace Design. If you’ve been following, you’ve already learned about the first two elements: Ergonomics and Productivity. While these two elements focus on your experience in your workspace, the third element focuses on how well your workspace enables you to communicate with others.
This is the third article in our series, The Four Elements of a Great Workspace.
This is the first article in a series covering HumanCentric’s four elements of a great workspace.
At HumanCentric, we’ve found it beneficial to design the way we work based on the goals we want to achieve. We’ve applied this approach to many areas: our daily work location, how we manage our teams, how we choose our tools, and how we design our policies are all driven by the type of workplace we want to create and the experience we want our team members to have.
This is a space to share our ideas. Our ideas about work: how work gets done, the place work should occupy in our lives, and how to make work better. At HumanCentric, one of our core beliefs is that work is a central part of life, a uniquely human way to contribute to our world. We believe that “work” is not a four-letter word.
We’ve compiled a list of ways to improve your health by identifying simple changes to implement in your work setup that will create a comfortable and better workstation.