Designing for the Financial Workplace The complete visual notes are at the end of this article. On July 7th, HLW and the Newmark Activation Group hosted a virtual get-together with a group of leaders from various financial services companies. The evening’s discussion focused on what’s
We surveyed students nationwide to understand when they are ready to return to school. The infographic below highlights some of our preliminary findings to help campus leaders as they decide whether to re-open campuses this fall. Read more of our research in the University Business.
Capital One UK have unveiled its new, state of the art office across two floors in the White Collar Factory in London’s growing tech precinct. To strengthen its presence in London, the new office is a showcase for modern agile working within the fintech industry.
Detroit, one of America’s greatest and historically rich cities, is experiencing an economic rebirth. Its pre-war and midcentury architectural legacy is welcoming a new era of design innovation as developers and entrepreneurs reshape the city and create new communities of innovation and growth. The Motor City
In our ever-changing economy where an increasingly diverse workforce assumes new job roles, it is important to be cognizant of potential design biases that manifest in the workplace. As designers, how are we contributing to or questioning our unconscious bias when we design? There are
Can workplace design support thriving at work, bring out the best in people, and help nurture positive organizational change? If so, what are the scalable tools that help make this happen? These are questions that brought people together at the recent Thriving Workplace Summit, which
Thinking about Think Space Are you feeling like you have so much to do there’s no time to get your job done? Or, maybe you feel like there are so many thoughts going round your head yet you rarely think clearly or focus on developing
Asking the right questions is the key to tackling any type of space related challenge. Space challenges, of the workplace kind, can come in many forms; too little space to accommodate headcount, end of lease cycles resulting in a move, or changing workstyles due to
Many people, when walking into their organization’s new workspace for the first time following a redesign or relocation process, feel a sense of energy and excitement in seeing their new space. The best workplace designs reflect the brand, culture, values, and aspirations of the organization,