Curate the best experience for everyone on your campus.
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Does your campus provide the right experience?
From arrival to departure on campus, micro-experiences add up over the day. These influence where people go, how long they stay, with whom they gather, how they work or study, as well as brand perception.
Institutions are now being judged on their experience performance, and if it lives up to expectations.
Where should you invest to get the best experience outcomes?
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Case Study | Student Experience
University of Western Australia
UWA is developing a revised estate strategy and new masterplan, with a focus on improving student experience and wellbeing.
This project involved:
Case Study | Staff Experience
We undertook a campus wide engagement project to gather staff feedback on their buildings and workplaces.
The whole campus approach enabled a streamlined method for engagement and data collection using a custom built app.
The team undertook intensive engagement prior to launching the app, with Curtin leadership, faculty boards, academic and professional staff.
On launch, more than 1000 staff provided feedback from 100 buildings, with 20 buildings used in a final benchmarking exercise. These benchmarks compared key elements of user experience in buildings, looking at collaboration and productivity, health and comfort parameters.