Voting Doors



Concept / Professional


Tellart, David Rose, Gensler

Project Description

Tellart and David Rose were engaged to conceptualize interactives that would encourage healthy workplace customs. One of a suite of concepts, the Voting Doors were designed to capture employee input on issues that ranged from silly to serious. Employees are asked a question at the building entrance, and respond by entering whichever door shows their answer. Results were visualized on an eye-catching physical bar graph. By facilitating a provocative but simple interaction–right where employees start their day–we encouraged employees to consider their opinions in a community context, and provided a focal point around which they could connect with one another.


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