In this post of the ‘ABC’s of (Home) Office Design, the letter E 𝗂𝗌 𝖿𝗈𝗋 Ergonomics.
Did you know that in the Victorian era, sitting on an uncomfortable chair was a sign of virtue, refinement, and willpower?
Luckily for us in these modern times, there is a lot more consideration for human comfort, and ergonomics & aesthetics are just some of the many factors that go into the design and selection of an office chair.
One size does not fit all
Whether you’re making killer business deals at your kitchen counter or Zooming 24/7 online in your office, comfort is key & one size does not fit all!
In addition to desking, you need a quality, comfortable seating solution for your unique working requirements, helping you glide through your workday with ease.
Ergonomic chair attributes
Now, when I say ‘ergonomic chair‘, I don’t just mean any old chair – for a chair to be ergonomic, it needs to be adjustable to fit your posture.
True ergonomic office chairs provide lumbar support that allows your back, neck, shoulder and pelvis to rest comfortably while you work.
These chairs should be height adjustable and let you customise the height of the seat and arms to reach a position perfect for you.
Even if you’re not in the market for an ergonomic chair, here’s a *hot* tip:
try moving your chair closer to your desk to avoid having to lean forward.
Ergonomic comfort is essential to your long-term well-being & productivity- is that something you’re prepared to put at risk?
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