The education industry is booming and changing. The need to provide new ways of connecting and learning are now front and centre in most progressive educational organisations.
Driven by technology and new pedagogy, collaboration is now key and the physical environment in a macro and micro sense must enable new behaviours and outcomes. Through the simple power of a vertical mobile visual management tool you can enable your communities to work, grow and create.
How we can help
We provide innovative cost effective solutions to support collaboration, which is a key process for increasing knowledge across schools and universities. Our range of mobile work walls are the corner stone to create new ways of learning and we have product for all budgets and spaces.
Who we work with
“Using mobile work walls enable teams to move the tools they need to wherever they need them, providing flexible wall space to create and collaborate, rather than limiting this activity to traditional meeting spaces.“
“Working with you guys has been very easy and we love the Y System. It has helped with our agile transformation.”
From our blog
Incubators of Innovation Universities can be incubators for innovation and the next wave of entrepreneurs if and when they enable collaboration. It was clear that UTS working with architects - ‘Stanisic Architects’ understood that truly innovative space need to have...read more
The most exciting thing to happen to fixed wall whiteboards in decades? Since Collaborative Design started, we have been advocating the benefits of flexibility and vertical working. This has led to us creating a great range of mobile work walls but many of our clients...read more
An interesting insight from child psychologist Dr. Sophie Banfield. Dr Sophie Banfield is a clinical psychologist working with children and adolescents. Sophie specialises in assessment and intervention for those with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, and in...read more
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