Posts tagged 'psychology'


How light therapy can help fight SAD at work

The changing of the seasons can really affect our mood, with thousands of people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Arriving at the office before

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Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

“Just be yourself,” is the advice we often hear from family and friends when we’re facing a challenge, like a job interview or an important


The Family Issue: The June edition looks at belonging, community and the workplace

Our families are the most intimate communities in our lives. They provide us with a sense of belonging, love and safety. Its definition, however, has


Psychology in the workplace

  Collaborative, open, vibrant and bustling – just some of the high-energy buzzwords recently used to describe an aspirational workplace. But in reality the workplace industry has


In our September issue: Psychology of the workplace, new designers, RIBA North, Cathay Pacific and D&AD

Welcome to the September issue, our Social space special. This month sees OnOffice deputy editor Charlotte Taylor embark on her first ever cover story, detailing


Thinking in colour

Psychology of Colour in the Workplace, a one-day exhibition by König + Neurath, brought commercial designers to Margate’s Turner Contemporary gallery in October. The manufacturer’s



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