Design for a User-Friendly and Human-Centered Workplace

Thanks in no small part to tech companies, the idea of user-centric design is everywhere. The iPhone took over the smartphone market by delivering a simple, easy-to-use interface. But while our personal devices have gotten easier to use, they’re also a leading cause of the breakdown of boundaries between work and the rest of our lives. More recently, designers have started to discuss “human-centered design” to address deeper and more subtle needs for supporting healthy, sustainable living. So now I can put my iPhone on “Do Not Disturb” when I want to. But it wasn’t until latest upgrades where that became possible.

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Jethro Heiko is a partner at The Action Mill