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Some Advice on Moving Offices: Contently

Companies move and expand offices all the time. We’ve written some pieces on how to prepare for it and design a space for your employees, but it’s better to hear it right from someone who did it. Here’s a quick Q&A with Contently, who helps brands do great content marketing…

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Design your office for different space types

Work has changed. Most offices haven’t. That’s the tagline Herman Miller uses when describing the Living Office, a high performing workplace that’s designed to help employees do their best work, while aligning with the goals of the organization. And this isn’t a new concept, it’s just been more refined year…

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Robin, a year in review

2016 was a big year for Robin in the workplace — as we aim to help coordinate more parts of the office, we wanted to take a look back at some of the biggest features shipped this year. The Web Dashboard The Robin scheduling dashboard had the biggest visual and…

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The Ingredients of Robin, Part 5: Presence

Some say context is king. Others say it can be the difference between making and losing money. In an office, understanding how spaces are being used and by whom, can only improve the efficiency of which they’re managed. With Presence in rooms, you can automate checkins and gather more data…

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Smarter places: Herman Miller invests in Robin

Two weeks ago, we announced Robin’s $7M Series A, led by FirstMark Capital. What we didn’t include at the time is the other investor in the round, one that I’m proud to be able to share today — iconic furniture company Herman Miller. They are the folks that have been furnishing the…