Office Design

Design occupies an important role in attracting the customers to your office. An efficient office design takes into account lots of factors like layouts, furnishings, office accessories and technology to deliver an excellent work setting for both the employees and customers. These factors make an impact on the productivity and also responsible for your business’s success.

Whether you are setting a home/small office or corporate office, thoughtful designing is very important. With appropriate office design, you can enhance the efficiency and workflow of your office with minimum disruption, hence leading to higher productivity.

Designing a home office

When it comes to home office design, you have to be very flexible and ready for any kind of alteration. The priority here is convenience, not the aesthetics.

Internet, phone, fax and email has helped millions of working men and women to telecommute-that is working from the comfort of their own home-working virtually.

The major difference in designing a home office is that you can incorporate personal touches and can be more creative while designing which you otherwise wouldn’t include in a traditional office setting.

While designing a home office, the main aim is not only to make the place look good but it should also be comfortable and serve practically. It involves the selection of right kind of color, right set of furniture and the right decoration to enhance the look of that small space- that means the design should reflect your own personality and you enjoy being there.

Designing a corporate office

Corporate office design should reflect the corporation’s goals and dynamism. Clients and visitors must be able to sense that this company like its interior and furnishings means business.  

Actually how a corporate office is designed can have a great influence on the efficiency and productivity of workers working inside the office. Each office differs in design from the other based on their unique requirements, budget and location.
With companies continuing to invest in technology, there is less demand for new employees and their space is also designed accordingly to accommodate the technological infrastructure.

Designing a serviced office

In the ever-changing business environment and dynamic market, a need to move, expand and cut costs is a basic requirement and serviced offices are the best option.

If you want to impress your clients while working at a remote location and for those who like a design-oriented and entrepreneurial atmosphere, it could not be better than a serviced office.

Serviced offices provide users with a complete, professional office environment and all the facilities and services necessary to operate a business for a monthly fee. These include reception and secretarial services, telephone services, office accessories, furniture, internet access etc.

While designing a serviced office, you must be clear in your mind what a serviced office means. All furniture needs to be modular and can be configured to suit your client’s needs.

A well-designed office is one of the cost-effective and easiest ways to retain workers and make them more productive. If the physical environment is not conducive, then employees won’t work well.

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About Jim Jacques

Jim Jacques is the President of United Virtual Office, a leading nationwide provider of virtual offices for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. A virtual office includes an address at a prestigious business location in the US, live virtual receptionist, courier services and more. Google +



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