Each week, the website LifeHacker features photos of workspaces they believe are cool or inspiring. Each workspace reflects the personality and approach to work of the men and women who spend a big portion of their days in these spackes. Here are some of our favorites from Lifehacker’s collection of 2015 workspaces. Each has a link to the LifeHacker article (click on the headline) which typically has a few photos of the space.
Office design ideas that will wow you!
To cope with ambient noise in open-style offices, tricks developed for recording studios and factories are moving into office spaces.
A system of open office accessories that provide privacy, security and, wow, charging stations.
One-of-a-kind desk drawer organizers found on Etsy.com that will inspire you to de-clutter that trash-can you call a drawer.
Some highlights from the long history of the the modern office furniture craze.
When your growing small business expands, here are some office furniture buzzwords and a checklist of items you’ll be discussing for the first time in your career.
From up in a tree to to down in a cave, you’ll find a small business everywhere you look.
They may look like abandoned factories or warehouse to you, but more and more growing service businesses see them as perfect places to set up shop.
The most amazingly creative, affordable and easy to transport-and-store standup desk idea we’ve ever seen.
Standup desks can be made from anything from Coca-Cola cans to mahogany. They share one thing in common: they get you up on your feet, a healthier place to be.
Here’s a way to organize and hide not only office wires, but routers, hardware and more.
The furniture office workers spend most of each day in should fit like a glove.
Survey highlights of current and aspiring Baby Boomer small business owners.
Beyond the direct impacts, changes in trade policy and retaliatory measures are surely a source of much uncertainty for many businesses.
Federal law requires a person to report cash transactions (or “cash payment”) of more than $10,000 to the IRS. Here are some facts from the IRS about reporting these payments.
Increased spending on jewelry represents 31 percent of the expected increase over last year.