Interior design has shifted over the last several years from a purely aesthetic standpoint to one that focuses more on the occupant’s experience, giving rise to an exciting new trend - experiential interior design. It’s not solely about how a space can look better, but how it can also be better for the people that occupy it. Similar to related concepts like biophilic interior design which emphasize a more human-centric perspective to improve the wellbeing of occupants, experiential interior design focuses on how the person interacts with a space through different senses to create an experience.
Bethune-Cookman University just completed a huge expansion project adding two new residence halls. This included a campus-wide beautification project in both the new and existing buildings. It did not go unnoticed. It was a big hit even before we had finished installing the job. The concept was to showcase the rich history and tradition of the century-plus institution. Wall Wraps, Acrylic Plaques, Vinyl Applications and more were applied to lobby walls, hallways and stairwells. The final product speaks for itself and will continue to do so for generations to come.
How much thought goes into your company’s workspaces? Before you pass the buck to the facilities management team and declare, “What’s done is done,” think about the impact that workplace design has on your business. In its Workplace Design Developments for 2016, SBFI reports, “poor workplace design costs U.S. businesses an estimated $330 billion in lost productivity each year.” That’s billion with a “b.”
In its Workplace Design Developments for 2016, SBFI reports, “poor workplace design costs U.S. businesses an estimated $330 billion in lost productivity each year.” That’s billion with a “b.”
So what type of work environment would inspire your employees? One that’s creative, colorful, and attractive enough to delight the visual senses.
Start by taking into account the top current design trends, which include more color, more texture, and the end of permanent layouts. There’s no need to start from scratch and invest thousands of dollars, because creative workspace solutions are just that – creative – and within every company’s reach – and budget.
Here are 3 ideas for making your existing office space more inviting to today’s workforce:
There are many sources of inspiration for your marketing communications and promotional materials. We think our sample kit will be one of your preferred inspirational choices! It includes a wide range of substrate ideas, from our house stocks for offset and digital printing to Coroplast, Gator Board and Backlits for all of your sign & display graphics needs, all printed with brilliant images that show off the effects you can achieve.
Great Marketers know that their target audience dictates their target message. If a big response rate is expected, it’s big ideas that satisfy… Wide Format printing isn’t just a big idea, it’s a big solution! It’s sticky marketing, marketing that people remember – it can’t be crumpled up and thrown away. We see it on billboards, walls, community events, in the sky…
Visual imagery is a naturally powerful tool for brand communication. Trying to tell a potential customer about a product with a wordy description risks losing them but visual content can quickly deliver a message by actually showing the product. Visual communication is quick, effective, and people consume it consistently! Print and marketing service providers know there is great value in producing large-scale images for clients. Our new Large Format HP Scitex Flatbed 700 printer has equipped us with a unique set of possibilities for advertising BIG ideas in BIG spaces.
It's finally here…
The HP Latex 3000 Grand Format Printer
SunDance Marketing Solutions is very excited to feature our latest printer, the HP Latex 3000. This isn't your standard wide format printer— it's a 126" Grand Format printer that lets you make a bigger impression on your customers than ever before!
Orlando-based SunDance Marketing Solutions is expanding its large-format porftolio with the purchase of an HP Latex 3000 Printer at Graph Expo 2014. With a long history as a satisfied HP Indigo customer, HP was a natural first choice for the company in its search for new wide-format equipment.
Many factors influenced the company’s decision to purchase the HP Latex 3000 Printer, including the printer’s double-sided printing capabilities, increased speeds and reduced costs and, most importantly, the ability to print on a broad range of substrates with industry-leading quality.
“At SunDance, we tend to think bigger is better and we were determined to acquire a large-format device that not only meets our current needs, but blows the competion away,” said JohnHenry Ruggieri, director of operations, SunDance. “We are thrilled about the new possiblities the HP Latex 3000 Printer brings and are confident the printer will deliver on its promise.”