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2021 - December

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged the workplace design world.  Neuroscience research details, however, how the design of the places where people work, onsite, at home, or somewhere else, can make it much, much more likely that users perform to their full potential.
 

2021 - December

Neuroscience research links what we smell to how we think and behave.  Effects are robust, long-lasting, and present even when scent concentrations are so “light” that people are not consciously aware odors are present.
 

2021 - December

What sorts of design features encourage people to go outdoors and walk around their neighborhoods, towns and cities?  Neuroscience research supplies answers to that question while also making it clear that walking can help us think more clearly, creatively, and productively, all as we burn calories.  
 

2021 - December

Many studies published in the last year can be immediately applied in practice to develop design solutions that achieve—and surpass—their objectives. 25 of the most noteworthy sets of findings are reviewed here.

2021 - December

Designing in responses to users
 

2021 - December

Selling in flagship stores and pop-ups

2021 - December

Keeping stressed people "on track"

2021 - December

Information to guide selections

2021 - December

New insights and tools

2021 - December

Scale matters

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