Alicia Huber

by Alicia Huber

Director - Experiential Design

Add Experiential Design to the Employee Experience

  • NOVEMBER 07, 2019
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It’s no secret that great workplace design can inspire your team and boost productivity. From layouts, to décor, to design elements, the contours of your space can play a pivotal role in creating an atmosphere of positivity and productivity.

The potential benefits of strategic and engaging workplace design are so significant, that an entirely new category of office architecture and design is emerging: Experiential Design. Experiential design is the art of creating impressionable moments that allow people to live and experience your brand and culture.

Read the article from TLNT co-authored by Alicia Huber and Chelsea Curry, Experiential Design Leads at M+A, to learn tips and best practices for executive effective experience design without breaking the bank to enhance the employee experience.

Add Experiential Design to the Employee Experience

Environmental Wall Graphics for Mile McClellan office

Alicia Huber

by Alicia Huber

Director - Experiential Design

As a pioneer of the experiential design work at M+A, Alicia is a catalyst for making experiences meaningful. Alicia recognizes and executes each detail to amplify the story in every design. Outside of work she enjoys all things outdoors and spending time with family and friends.