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Amended answer to the edited question Try searching "office design productivity" in ScienceDirect. You'll find various studies done on color, temperature, humidity, etc and their relationship with productivity. Look into PubMed and search for keywords such as "psycholog* AND office AND productivity" for more in-depth studies on mind-environment ...
It is an interesting question, I don't know of any books on that topic but this is how I would approach this: Study how I work in my current office for a week. Where do I get accessories from? What do I do with new documents? How tidy/clean is my desk? Think of better ways of doing the most common actions I do: move the bin closer, buy cleaning products ...
Two tools are very effective: google drive "forms" jotform The first one is simple and completely free but you must have a google account. The second one supports more complex cases (like conditional fields) and is free if you colect up to 100 forms. then you have to pay, but the fee is ridiculous. They both allow you to have the collected data into a ...
Google docs allow to do that. One walk through is here. Also, look at Wufoo if you want more flexibility and don't mind paying for it. Otherwise, there is SurveyMonkey and lots of others, but they all cost money.
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