We believe that the primary focus of workplace design should be about human needs and well-being. That is how you truly improve working lives.
Human-Centred Design (HCD) is the pride and joy of the Cube 8 Studio portfolio. Our dynamic unique design process starts with you, and ends with you.
Cube 8 Studio are HCD facilitators, so we can talk you through the process and recommend an approach that will guarantee successful results every time.
We put you and your staff at the heart of the process – and collaborating with you is our main aim.
HCD allows us to collate existing data, hear your needs, identify new design opportunities, prototype solutions and validate a blueprint of your future workspace.
You will be part of the stimulating process and therefore be able to contribute to the final fit-out build which will become your amazing workplace environment!
Your Route to Success!
“For any business to grow and flourish, strengthening the roots and expanding the branches is a must”.
Our ‘tree of success’ diagram below will reveal our HCD process once we have engaged with you at inception phase and know a little more about your needs. The process can be has in-depth or has short has you like but will be primary dependant on the size and complexity of your organisation and needs.
What this means for you
The results from the Human-Centered Design process will be used to start our space planning and concept design process.
The space plans and design concepts will take into consideration the wide variety of tasks each member of staff will undertake as well as focusing on increasing your well-being, celebrating your culture and giving employees the workspaces they want.
Want to hear more about how our game changing HCD process can help your business to thrive?
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The Human-Centred Design process is something that I would definitely recommend to any business. If you’re wanting an environment that embodies your organisations DNA and caters for the needs and well-being of your employees , there’s simply no better way...
Vicky Pritchard _people director @ Sorted.com