At WorkWire we don’t only develop workplace concepts in words, but we also develop these concepts in a visual Design Briefing or integrally developed interior design. We do this to ensure that during the design phase we don’t just look at “beautiful pictures”. We continuously check whether, in addition to the aesthetic wishes, the functional needs of the users are optimally supported in the design. After all, a working environment should not only be beautiful, but above all work well for the people for whom it is designed. We call this User Experience Design at WorkWire. From our User Experience (UX) Design Studio we design tailor-made work environments. Our consultants and designers join forces to create a work environment in which functionality and design meet for an optimal user experience. For example, we bring together science, art, engineering and the design of the environment concept, inspired by the model of Neri Oxman: