Fun Fact About YourselfI love to cook multi-course meals - pairing beers and wine with food - and entertain friends at dinner parties.
What's Your Superpower?My Superpower(s) are: Alphabetizing, Categorizing, Harmonizing, and Organizing ANYTHING!
What's the Soundtrack to Your Life?Eclectic mix of 60’s and 80’s pop (skipping the 70’s, along with the awkward ‘tween years, Harvest Gold, and shag carpet), Techno, and Baroque Classical
Favorite Local Hangout / Brewery / RestaurantIt’s a Matter of Taste
Favorite Vacation DestinationNorthern Michigan – Lake Michigan beaches, and the awesome views of the Lake and sand dunes from Hwy US-2 in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
What Brings You Joy?There is joy in my life because of my family, and when I can spend time reading, trying different kinds of Scotch, and traveling to beautiful natural destinations on any kind of water - lakes, rivers, or oceans.
Taking a User-Centric Approach to Office Space Planning
We all have our own unique way of getting things done. An adaptable design creates a space that is aesthetically and functionally unified. Most open plans fail miserably at supporting the new ways people work. A lack of separation exists between the workstation where focus is expected and social, meeting areas, making it hard for users to concentrate.
Kentwood Office Furniture’s Detroit design team understands that by applying a user-centric approach to space planning, open plans can boost productivity and provide a seamless transition from heads-down focus to collaborative work.
Check out the story: chargespot.com/workspaces/human-centric-workplace