When we feel better, we work better. That’s one of many reasons it’s critical to consider human factors in workplace and home office design. A workspace that takes the whole human into consideration - that encourages movements large and small throughout the day, that allows us to initiate and regulate social interaction, and that takes into consideration factors like personal space, physical and psychological proximity, and territoriality –helps us feel better. It improves our health, comfort, and connection. By providing an overview of physical, social, and cognitive ergonomics, this presentation will help participants design, or arrange, workspaces that are healthier for their employees, coworkers, and themselves.