Neuroscientists have determined how design can meaningfully encourage sales in physical and virtual stores while elevating buyer and seller quality-of-life.
Neuroscience research details how walls can enable the lives we've planned, making it more likely that we mingle pleasantly with others, think our best thoughts, feel good mentally and physically, etc.
When neuroscience informs the design of ceilings and floors the likelihood increases that users process and respond to information from the physical world in life-affirming ways.
Neuroscience studies document the positive effects of green walls on human quality-of-life and cognitive function as well as research-consistent best practices.
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It’s great when there’re resources (time, money, and otherwise) to thoroughly deal with all of the sensory issues that might arise in a workplace—but that’s often not the case. Neuroscience research can guide you to highest priority actions.
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Research continues into how languages communicate information about colors seen.
Research recently completed by investigators at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience indicates how “realistic” our interactions with the world around us actually are.
Sweeney, Frow, Payne, and McColl-Kennedy investigated how hospital design influences the wellbeing of both patients and health care professionals.