Put yourself in the shoes of someone starting a new organization or company. Lost occasionally among the talk of proposals, pitches, scope, scale, revenue streams and a host of other necessary topics is one important component: space. What does your space look like? Where should it be situated, what needs must it meet.
Anne Gibbon, a d.school fellow working on developing a new agriculture-technology incubator in Salinas, Calif. is wearing those shoes, so to speak. It's likely there are many out there in the same position. So, how do you design space to fit a new organization? Anne will be on Twitter from 6-7pm PT Tuesday, Jan. 28 to take your questions, suggestions and anecdotes. If you aren't able to join us, please share your experience in the comments below. You can follow Anne at @alcinoesea.
In the meantime, check out last week's chat on Twitter by following the hashtag #dchat.