Ergonomic Spaces Made Beautiful !
Hello, my name is Kerrie and I have combined my 20 years of Occupational Therapy skills/ergonomics with my passion for beautiful interior design. I believe your office space should not only be ergonomic in design but also one that inspires and ignites productivity and innovation. Many times we sacrifice beauty for function. I believe you can have both! A space that promotes proper body mechanics and prevents injury AND a pleasing atmosphere that inspires you to accomplish your professional goals.
I graduated from Dalhousie University in 1994 with My BSc in Occupational therapy and worked in many areas including government, non-profit as well the private sector. As the use of technology and work demands have increased, the one consistency I have witnessed over the years is the opportunity to better improve our productivity through good office design.
To further enhance my skills, I returned to Dalhousie and obtained my Masters in Occupational Therapy in May 2013.
Over the past 20 years I have done a lot of design and decoration for friends and family and wanted to combine these 2 passions, OT & design, to offer a unique approach to the workplace. I am presently completing my international design and decorating professional certification at QC career school, with an expected completion date in 2014.
Office design/re-design for both home and worksite in the Greater Saint John area.
Services include a full ergonomic evaluation of your current workstation as well as a task analysis of your daily job duties. A design and decorating interview is also conducted to understand preferences and goals for the space.
Based on the evaluations, a full design plan is prepared, including options for office furniture, colour scheme, furniture placement, accessorizing and education on how to maintain the space and practice good body mechanics. The end goal is to ensure the completed space fosters all aspects of productivity and creates the desired atmosphere.
Services are also available on a smaller scale and to address more specific concerns.