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Workplace Innovation Summits

Thought leadership on improving how & where we work. Every year we produce national Workplace Innovation Summits, one day conferences convening the latest thinking in workplace design and impact. In 2017 ...

Harnessing the Dreams of Employees

The Shifting Talent Marketplace By Ed Nathanson, Founder, Red Pill Talent Editor’s note: Ed Nathanson is the opening keynote speaker at our Boston Workplace Innovation Summit on October 27th. The world of work has changed ...

Brand is the New Black

Designing Workplaces with Identity By Meredith McCarthy, Architect, Sasaki Photos courtesy of Sasaki • Above: Sasaki designed Havas/Arnold Worldwide’s brand into every detail of their new Downtown Boston space, creating an environment ...

Video: Design Museum Receives National ASID Design Innovation Award

We’re honored and excited to accept the American Society of Interior Designers’ National Design Innovation Award. From ASID’s website: This award recognizes an individual, organization, manufacturer, or research project for having ...

Where Design Meets Play

A Research-Based Approach at Smale Riverfront Park By Kate Tooke, Senior Associate, Landscape Architect, Sasaki Associates Images and illustrations courtesy of Sasaki Associates • Above: A young explorer traverses the stump steps at ...

Rethinking Boston’s Storied Planning Agency

Human-Centered Design in City Hall By Jon Campbell, SVP, Experience & Service Design, Continuum & Ken Gordon, Content, Conversation & Community Strategist, Continuum Images courtesy of Continuum • Above: Continuum hosts Boston Planning ...

The History of Play: Part 2

To kick off the launch of our Design & Play Kickstarter campaign we’re taking a look back at the history of play and its role in our society! Haven’t seen ...

The History of Play: Part 1

To kick off the launch of our Design & Play Kickstarter campaign we’re taking a look back at the history of play and its role in our society! Haven’t seen ...

The Role of Design in Social Activism

For designers, getting involved in social activism can be an invigorating yet daunting personal challenge. We have incredibly valuable training at hand; from empathy to communication to the ability to ...