In this article, we want to share the strategy we take when designing workplace design surveys. Specifically, why we ask the questions that we do and the insights we’re able to capture by taking an indirect questioning approach.
The workplace will only thrive and prosper, when the most valuable asset is prioritized, designers, developers, and facilities experts work out what will be essential to the office of the future, and more news.
This article is the final in a series of six articles on the growth, value, and future of Design for People. The intent has been to explore and discover the impact of behaviors, habits, and patterns of people in the design of environments.