We help clients that range from multinational corporations to local non-profits. Many of these relationships are long-term partnerships, because changing behaviors or cultures doesn’t happen overnight.
In line with Steelcase's vision for the future of work, we helped create a workspace at their global headquarters that would foster serendipitous interactions and collaboration between people from various disciplines. designvox translated the vision’s ideas of global community, creativity, and well-being into integrated architectural experiences.
When employees have a bad experience with benefits, it erodes trust in their company—but the people providing benefits often don’t know confusing and difficult the system can be. We helped vendors understand with a simulation game that put them in an employee’s shoes.
As the company's healthcare costs were rising at an unsustainable rate and traditional cost containment options had been exhausted, we helped employees get healthier through an organization-wide transformation that linked corporate goals to real human needs.
While reorganizing their business and recognizing a need to develop new products, pharmacy giant Eli Lilly needed to inspire, encourage, and focus teams. We created visual experiences within their workspaces that gave new meaning to employee work and cultivated a culture of innovation.
Urban church leaders play vital roles for the communities they serve, but they rarely have the resources or support they need. We helped imagine, pilot, and create a leadership center where pastors could access resources like coaching, counseling, courses, materials, and space for meetings and work.
As the Findlay operations team prepared for big changes to their processes and plant, we used human-centered design and research to create communications that inspired employees to get on board and lead the new direction of the factory.
By creating visually inspiring and interactive digital displays, we created a unified experience of Steelcase's community in many diverse worldwide locations. The adaptive, flexible nature of these large-scale displays allowed for lasting implementation.
Providing quality benefits to employees is complicated—but the burden of figuring them out shouldn’t fall on employees. We helped a major US airline imagine a better benefits experience in a collaborative workshop with 50 benefits vendors.