Take part in an Experience Lab
We are offering a second chance to take part in an Experience Labs project about wellbeing in the workplace.
The Glimpse project investigates ways for people can improve their health through gentle exercise carried out at work.
Taking part in a lab is a great way to help GSA researchers explore a health related challenge that can help people in the future. It also gives you the opportunity to meet our team and find out more about our work.
The team has organised a special collaborative design workshop in Glasgow on Tuesday 28 March, which is open to people with experience of desk-based working. This is the second workshop of the project after a successful session last month.
The partner on the project is Justin Eade, of Glimpse Ltd. Justin is a Workplace Wellbeing Consultant with more than 20 years experience. He hopes that the research will develop ideas for a digital application to counter the effects of sedentary work.
“At the first workshop, the participants explored the key issues around wellbeing and exercise within the workplace; the opportunities that exist for exercising at work and the activities they could incorporate into their working day. We now have an understanding of how people might feel about movement for wellbeing in the workplace and what exercises and situations would be preferable for challenging sedentary behaviour.
“The second workshop will build on the outcomes of the first. Participants will take part in co-designed prototype development. We will explore ways for people to learn and sustain movement exercises and routines at work.
“All information provided will remain confidential.”
The lab will take place at House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, on Tuesday March 28, from 11am-3pm.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided and reasonable travel expenses will also be paid.co-design, collaboration, digital health, digital technology, Dr Jay Bradley, Dr Michael Johnson, Glasgow, Glimpse Ltd, prototype development, workshop
This post was written by InDI