Archive for the ‘Office Design’ Category

Spruce Up Your Office Storage with these Tips

Friday, September 8th, 2017
Spruce Up Your Office Storage with these Tips

Just because you need your office storage to be functional doesn’t mean it has to be ugly.

You see them in offices everywhere: the large, black metal filing cabinets that are covering three of the four walls in every office’s file room. They’re drab, generic, and utilitarian. Just because you need your office storage to be functional doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. There are plenty of options out there to modernize your office storage. (more…)

3 Alternatives to the Traditional Conference Room

Friday, September 1st, 2017
3 Alternatives to the Traditional Conference Room

Many office layouts are straying from what most of us picture as the traditional cubicle, desk, and office formats.

Many office layouts are straying from what most of us picture as the traditional cubicle, desk, and office formats. They have adopted open floor plans that feature sofas, shared round tables, and even the option to work outside. The conference room, which usually serves as a hub for meetings and general collaboration has also seen a facelift. Here are some alternatives to the traditional long table surrounded by chairs that you might see at your office in the near future. (more…)

5 Reasons to Update Your Office Design

Friday, August 25th, 2017
5 Reasons to Update Your Office Design

Your office design is vital to your continued success as a company, whether it’s making a great first impression to your clients or maximizing the productivity of your employees.

Your office design is vital to your continued success as a company, whether it’s making a great first impression to your clients or maximizing the productivity of your employees. It can be challenging to develop the best office design possible on your own, but it is worth the effort. Here are five situations in which you should consider updating your office design for the better. (more…)

Using Office Design to Balance Work Life and Home Life

Friday, August 18th, 2017
Using Office Design to Balance Work Life and Home Life

It can be extremely difficult for office-based employees to balance their home life with time spent at the office.

It can be extremely difficult for office-based employees to balance their home life with time spent at the office. The average employee spends between 30 and 60 hours per week at the office. Adding spaces that help employees relax a little will increase their productivity, and help them not feel so pressured to spend long hours at the office. (more…)

The Issue of Fluorescent Lighting

Friday, August 11th, 2017
The Issue of Fluorescent Lighting

Unfortunately, fluorescent lighting is one of the most common light sources in offices and retail spaces everywhere.

Unfortunately, fluorescent lighting is one of the most common light sources in offices and retail spaces everywhere. Now that compact fluorescent lights exist, fluorescent lighting is becoming common in homes as well. Since these lights last so long, they are cheaper and therefore more attractive to consumers. A fluorescent bulb will last about 13 times longer than a standard incandescent bulb, and require only a fraction of the energy. Fluorescent lighting is also seriously bad for your health. (more…)

3 Office Design Elements That Help Increase Productivity

Friday, July 28th, 2017
3 Office Design Elements that Help Increase Productivity

It may not seem like office design plays that much of a role in how productive your business is, but it does.

It may not seem like office design plays that much of a role in how productive your business is, but it does. A well-designed office makes employees happy, and happy employees are more productive. There are several small changes you can make in your office that will make a big difference in your business’s productivity. (more…)

4 Steps to a Better Work Space

Friday, July 21st, 2017
4 Steps to a Better Work Space

Even minor changes in your work space design can help to reduce your stress levels, boost your productivity, and increase your comfort.

You spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week in your work space (minimum), but does it give you everything that you need? Even minor changes in your work space design can help to reduce your stress levels, boost your productivity, and increase your comfort. Whether you’re working from home in a tiny home office or part of a huge warehouse workplace, here are four simple steps you can take to get to a better work space. (more…)

Future-Proof Your Office Design with These Considerations

Friday, July 7th, 2017
Future-Proof The Office

Fostering a space for engagement is one important way to future-proof your office space.

Designing your office isn’t as simple as doing it once and never revisiting your initial thoughts, unfortunately. Technology has completely transformed workplaces across the country, and the only thing that is certain about the future is that there will be more changes to come! That being said, how can you create an office design now that is future-proof, without knowing what the future holds? With these simple tips! (more…)

4 Important Features for Your Office Design

Friday, June 23rd, 2017
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The right office design will maximize your employees’ productivity, along with many other benefits.

The right office design will maximize your employees’ productivity, create a happy and healthy environment for everyone using your office, and match your company’s design aesthetic. When it is time to pick the right office design for your company, keep these four important features in mind. (more…)

Benefits Of Using L-Shaped Desks In Your Office Design

Friday, June 16th, 2017
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Finding the perfect office design is easier than you think.

When you’re shopping for office furniture, it is important not to rule anything out.  If you go in with an open mind, you may find something that will surprise you.  Take your time to consider all of your options.  After all, you will most likely be spending a whole lot of time at your desk.  There are many, may different types of desks available.  These are a few of the great things about L-shaped desks. (more…)