Workplaces are changing. Working arrangements have been shifting since the pandemic started, and employee expectations around remote work are challenging how we plan our work spaces. How do we continuously refine our workplace strategy and build a company culture that helps people feel they can be productive? How can a digital-first workplace strategy help us to continue to have collegial and collaborative working relationships? How do we adapt our use of digital tools/platforms with our physical spaces (and vice-versa)? In this workshop, participants will learn and discuss principles of digital-first workspaces and how it will work with spatial design.
Date: 1 February 2023, Wednesday
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Location: IMDA PIXEL Seminar Room (Level 2), 10 Central Exchange Green, Singapore 138649
Presenting Partner: ThinkPlace
ThinkPlace is a strategic design consultancy with a global network operating across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Kenya, Senegal and the USA. For 15+ years, we have been tackling some of the world’s most complex challenges, using design-led human-centred approaches. We design with change leaders from the public, private and the non-profit sector and engage with the complexity and the messiness of real human experiences - how people live, work and play; how people experience products, services, regulations; how they navigate systems they interact with - health, education, energy, economic, regulatory, social welfare, to name a few. Globally, we are a team of over 150 people who are passionate about making the world a better place. ThinkPlace has adopted the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as our guiding purpose.
2.00 - 2.15pm: Introduction
2.15– 3.15pm: Practice and discussion
- What does a workplace of the future feel like?
3.15 – 4.15pm: Practice and discussion
- How can we achieve an effective workplace of the future?
4.15 – 4.30pm: Break
4.30 – 5.00pm: Team sharing, key takeaways and conclusion
Eunice is a multidisciplinary designer focusing on spatial and visual design, with a keen interest in theoretical discourse. She brings a blend of intellectual rigour and a creative approach to designing solutions. The basis of her design ethos is understanding and attending to people’s core needs, creating physical and digital experiences that are enjoyable both for and with people.
Specialising in spatial design, Eunice constantly pushes boundaries to explore novel approaches in co-creation and the interplay between functionality and enjoyment in design. One of her current focuses is exploring workplace strategy - understanding the overlapping of physical and digital territories, and how the many facets of workplace design interacts with spatial design, to deliver a holistic and stimulating work experience for users of the space in our increasingly hybrid and digital-focused workforce.
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