…istol, but for good reason as there is also a very high demand for this type of workspace. However, I think it is really important to have very clear your purpose and objective for you space. Not every space will suit every type of profession so it is definitely worth thinking about what your niche and who it will most benefit so it is then easier to attract those people.
We love coworkers who can contribute and are willing to add some value. You have somebody else who works in a completely different industry looking at your project and he says “You know what? Maybe I can add value”. He doesn’t have to do anything but he said he can add value by doing this, this and this.
During the three days at the 2016 Coworking Europe Convention we noticed a clear excitement to anything related to one word: community. It is perhaps the one thing that all spaces have in common — from multi-million businesses to 10 people initiatives.
When was the last time you got to an app’s homescreen/page and felt a little exasperated? “So what does it do exactly? Why do I need this?” — your job as a designer is to answer these questions quickly, efficiently and beautifully. It’s a tough task, but there’s a method that can help, which I call the 3x3.