Posts tagged 'ergonomics'

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How height adjustable desks can transform your office

The very best office furniture combines function and form with style. However, the latest developments in desks means that workplace furniture can also help enhance

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Caran d’Ache reissues stationery icon 849 ballpoint pen

Swiss maker of writing instruments Caran d’Ache is commemorating the 50th anniversary of their cult classic 849 ballpoint pen with the launch of the limited edition

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Stand-up meeting or seated conference: The desk range designed for both

With the benefits of active working now well established, furniture in the office is becoming more flexible. Standing desks are becoming a common sight in

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Grant Gibson on Humanscale’s Quickstand

Sit/stand desks have proved a fairly radical idea for companies to buy in to, at least in the UK: which is why humanscale’s add-on might

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Pelvic rotation in the office

Products designed especially for women normally make me a bit sceptical. Probably because in most cases it means a bright pink version of the exactly

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Being Diffrient

As the godfather of ergonomics – or “human factor engineering” as he prefers to call it – American designer Niels Diffrient, aged somewhere around the

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