1. Crafting a physical location that encourages you to perform at your best. 2. The organization of tools and reference items for optimal use and minimal clutter.
CloudRaker's co-founder Thane Calder discusses the fine line between persistence and knowing when to give up, along with the need for "no bullshit."
By Behance Team
The folks at strategic communications group Naked discuss workspaces, staffing pitfalls, and the need to act on ideas quickly.
Meet at the Apartment is a two-story, 2,500-square-foot Soho loft designed to re-interpret and re-invent the concept of meetings.
Tony Bacigalupo, founder of New Work City, outlines the future of workspaces. And it's called "co-working."
By Cameron Parkins
Research shows that different spaces facilitate different types of thinking. We break down how to navigate the workspace to stay focused and motivated.
"What is it about life these days that conspires to hurry us along?" wonders Stefan Boublil, lead Creative Director and founder of The Apartment.
By Heather Ann Snodgrass
Elizabeth Manos-Brickey of Hero Design Studio discusses leaving the comfort of the big-agency world for her own start-up venture.
Rather than dispensing with to-do lists and action steps, we recommend preserving them as an inspiring testament to progress already made.
While the compulsion to save reference items is strong, we rarely return to them once they're filed away. Our unscientific study revealed mostly dust.
By Scott Belsky