I found this note on my office door a while back and thought: Oh my gosh, I need to take a picture of that one! You can click to make it bigger, but basically the gist of it is "Hey, do you want your floor cleaned? If so, please PICK UP YOUR JUNK!" The form, in a sense, works to harvest information while giving directions.
Work on document design that gets into workplace interventions often takes forms like this one and gussies them up: user-centered design, information hierarchies, and a new layout. But when I see forms like this one, I tend to think nothing could be better. Sure the poster of the interactive form has to employ a highlighter to get people to respond accordingly, but this little baby really gets your attention!
I mean, would revamping this form into, say, an interactive web form accomplish anything more than this note? In addition, there is what the note implies. I read it as speaking so poignantly to the way textual circulation is integral to the geographies of labor in my building.