When leveraging purposeful design through a balanced approach of informed, empathetic, and exciting, designers can reach a more impactful level of design. Read more about purposeful design, and its three key principles, in Tom and Samantha’s article.
By Tom Sens and David Prevette The Covid-19 pandemic necessitated a sudden transition in higher education from in-classroom education to online learning, and students had to vacate campuses and adapt quickly to remote instruction. To determine the effect of this altered environment, virtual focus group discussions and online surveys were conducted to learn how these […]
Larry DiGennaro discusses what a startup entails and how proper lab design can improve discovery and collaboration.
When BHDP’s leadership team began to strategize about the transition back into the office, the need for experiential graphic design became apparent.
The small-footprint, specialty stores modeled by “Clicks to Bricks” retailers have the unique opportunity to answer many unmet needs of shoppers.
The shopping experience has undergone a major transformation in recent years, but COVID-19 has created more changes and challenges. Andrew dives into this topic and outlines a blueprint for future stores in his article previously published by Supermarket News.
Successful projects hinge on quality communication between client and service provider. Daniel Lessing dives deeper into constructing client relationships in this article.
While working from home certainly has merits, the long view is that organizations prosper from the hard-won social captial of connections among people.
Staying true to its promise to Design for People, BHDP initiated four virtual focus groups with higher education students to understand how remote learning has impacted their college experience. In this blog, Paul Orban reflects on the student responses from the fourth and final focus group.
Taking a holistic approach to design, construction, and operations leads to buildings that use fewer resources and are healthier for people and the planet.