Ergonomics & Concepts
Workspace has a tremendous knowledge in building effective and ergonomic office with care of people and their fundamental needs and the type of work performance. Here we share with you some of this knowledge! Enjoy reading!
To Thrive, Change Up Your Posture
Standing, sitting, reclining—changing postures is good for the body, and ergonomists say we should do it frequently. Movement keeps the disks in the spine hydrated and increases blood flow, pumping oxygen to the brain and improving focus and productivity. Our bodies send us reminders to move; it's important to listen to them. Watch our "Work Better" video above to learn more.
Maintaining Concordance as Seated Postures Change: How the Envelop Desk Unites the Two Hemispheres of Work
People doing technology-intensive work may have several elements that provide proper support for their wrists, backs, and eyes.
If the Chair Fits
The old adage, “People come in all shapes and sizes,” is a tired cliché to a lot of people.
Supporting the Biomechanics of Movement: The Science and Research Behind the Harmonic Tilt
A work chair’s movement should mirror the movements of the sitter.
Supporting the Spine When Seated: The Science and Research Behind the Mirra 2 Chair
The human spine is dynamic and requires dynamic support during seated periods.
How to Adjust the Ergonomic Chair
Herman Miller has studied how people sit for more than 60 years. What makes their chairs top the charts for ergonomics?
How to Sit Better
The successful modern companies realize that it’s productive to move, to stand to sit. It’s productive to be comfortable!