Not including this blog post, we have published almost 50 updates on office design, office furniture and commercial property in 2018 covering all aspects of design, employee well-being, office furniture and office fixtures. So, with 2018 drawing to a close we thought we'd take a look back and see which posts were the most popular with our audience.
Office Design Trends 2018 - A Review
The word "popular" is always going to be open to subjectivity, but in order to quantify this we reviewed our top three social media sites and looked at the analytics for the blog posts we shared over the past year. Breaking this down into three social media platforms and analysing the posts that performed the best, and therefore those we have chosen to call the most popular, these are as follows:
Our top performing posts on LinkedIn covered types of office partitions, office furniture, and office design trends, with the most popular post being the article we wrote on 5 ways in which to create a healthier workspace:
We all know that your audience on Facebook is not the same as that on LinkedIn, and therefore we were expecting to see a different result here. But we were wrong. The same blog post, how to create a healthier workspace, outperformed all of the others by a considerable margin. But the others in the top five were different to LinkedIn's top four posts and included one of our favourites, it being a bit of fun, on tree house offices:
Our Twitter page took a little more sifting through as we have shared more articles here than on any other social platform. Interestingly, none of the top five posts here matched either the LinkedIn nor the Facebook top fives, but covered office design trends, the use of glass in office design and options for greener offices. Our top performing post on Twitter referenced the use of art in the office as a means of increasing workers productivity:
But The Winner Is:
There were a handful of blog posts that stood out across all of our social media as well as our Google analytics account - and these were the four updates that had nothing to do with office design, furniture, fixtures or other aspects of commercial property. 20sixltd were incredibly proud to have been sponsors of two amazing veterans who rowed across the Pacific ocean raising funds for charity. And these guys were the most popular updates if we add up all platforms.
We're taking a well-earned break now but will back in the New Year to keep you posted on all you need to know about the world of work and commercial design.