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How to create offices that give people superpowers
The ingredients for neuro-inclusive spaces
As Space moves from product to service, it’s crucial that we understand our customers and we put them at the center of the universe. Employees have never been more empowered to tell their companies what they want from their workplace like they are today. When we have the choice, we’re only going to work in an office if that’s where we do our best work.
So it's important to create spaces that give people superpowers, and companies agility.
In this episode David explains the difference between hyper-sensitive and hypo-sensitive people, and why this matters to creating a desired user experience.
We learn about the most important work setting, and how the DO Company makes furniture for offices without having an office themselves.
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- Employees have never been more empowered to tell their companies what they want from their workplace
- When we have a choice we’re only going to work in an office if that’s where we do our best work.
- The key to productivity is creating office environments that are connected and flexible so people can tap in and personalise their workspace for the exact work they’re doing in that moment.
- The formula of an inclusive space is the personalisation of office products to individual needs through the integration of digital services into physical products
- Light has a profound effect on our brain's ability to process information, so giving users the ability to control their own lighting impacts productivity
- The ingredients of a neuro-inclusive space include a variety of work settings
- The most important work setting is quiet space