Human beings are complicated creatures. You know that, but does your workplace design survey know it?Read More →
How do people really work? When you’re designing an office environment, understanding this can seem like a holy grail of insights—powerful and elusive. (Learn five reasons so many workplace design surveys don’t help you reach that understanding.)Read More →
Architects, interior designers, how often do you survey your client’s workforce to get the data you need—and then you end up relying on prior experience or resorting to educated guesses to create the best office environment for them?Read More →
In the first two articles, we discussed that the dominance of digital screens in our work and private lives is already “here and now” as opposed to being for the “future workplace”. We also explained that most screen-enhanced workspaces can be considered unique because the function of those spaces is truly in the eyes of the beholder, or in this case, the worker.
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.Read More →
Together with our research partner Work Design Magazine, we conducted a survey to learn more about what screens tell us about how people really work. Between May 14th–31st 2019, 368 of you participated in our research. Here is part one of the results!Read More →
This year, in partnership with Work Design Magazine, Survature is working to better understand nuances in human-technology partnerships. For the last several years, we have worked with designers, architects, CRE professionals, and corporate workplace experts to better understand what workers need in their workspaces to be more productive, focused, and engaged. Now we are taking the initiative to do a little of our own research.Read More →
IIeX North America has made a name for itself as an event for research innovators and new technologies. Everyone you meet, from attendees to presenters, has their own thoughts on what technologies are going to impact the world of insights the most. This year, the Survature team had the opportunity to present our research and innovations in capturing group psychology through our methodology—Priority Modeling.Read More →