Ergotron’s TRACE monitor mounts aim to move with us, in order to maximise wellbeing and output.
Since founding in 1968, Dauphin has stood at the forefront of ergonomics, design, and aesthetics. Founder Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin has driven this story and now he looks back on a legacy certified in design gold, but one still growing.
Formway’s chair collection is an unquestionable nod to design that supports activity and movement at the workplace. The latest design modifications help lend added appeal and versatility to the collection.
New Australian Standards for Office Desks & Workstations have been released, and UCI is miles ahead with two certified sit-to-stand workstations – the only Australian supplier to do so.
In the bustling halls of Orgatec many innovations could be seen, but one company in particular took the classic sit-to-stand desk to all-new heights.
Commercial environments across the world are increasingly adopting activity-based working (ABW) models to foster greater interpersonal engagement amongst end-users. And what’s more, they appear to be doing this en masse.
Steelcase walked away from the 60th annual Good Design Awards with two pieces of gold – for its Navi TeamIsland and Series 1 seating.
Ergonomics has taken workplaces around the world by storm. Is it a mere fad, or actually an area worth investing in? We crunch the numbers to find out.
Boomers, Millennials, Gen X… here’s what we really mean when we talk about generations in the workplace.
Workspaces are continuing to evolve. What is driving this evolution, and can proper furniture specification alleviate this period of change?
Digital eye strain during work has become the new normal, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Mindfulness aside, ergonomics could be one of the key solutions to improving ocular health. Humanscale has answers.
Employers and corporations are acknowledging the value of ergonomics and its direct impact on the health, wellbeing and productivity of their employees. So, what’s ahead?
Humanscale’s Ergonomic Consulting assists organisations with the development and implementation of cost-effective ergonomics programs. Here we discover their unique approach to improving wellbeing at work.
As architecture and design becomes more attuned to the value of flexibility, ergonomics have come to the forefront of conversations about design. What does this mean for the ergonomics discipline moving forward?
Does Australia’s approach to ergonomics need to be reassessed? According to the experts at Humanscale Ergonomic Consulting, our Ergonomics Standards is in dire need of critical overhaul.
How does ergonomics affect economics? Humanscale shows us how improved ergonomic behaviours can improve business performance and individual wellbeing.
By definition, the Australian Standards champion standardised approaches to design and engineering. What is the role of such guidelines in ergonomics, where flexibility and non-standard design are the goal?
Thanks to advances in technology and new working behaviours taking place across the world, the discipline of ergonomics continues to evolve. Here we talk to the ergonomic experts at Humanscale Consulting to find out how improved ergonomics is creating a new culture of best practice.
“Good ergonomic workplace design will increase productivity by an average of 12 per cent.”– Dr Alan Hedge.
Ergonomics and product design – especially in the commercial sector – has always had a strong relationship, but how does ergonomics push the possibilities of design?
We’re definitely at the forefront of workplace transformation, but throughout Asia Pacific the workplace revolution is coming full force. We chat to CBS about the changing face of work in our region.
Zgonic’s monitor arms may be the answer to a rising demand in mobile workspaces today! Let’s explore why.
You’re an intelligent and efficient worker, so why should your task furniture be any different?
Our industry now understands the value of data, science, and the importance of supporting the wellbeing and health of the end-user. But what is the value of R+D to the ‘best practice’ of design?
‘Ergonomics’ is a term that gets thrown around a lot in the architecture and design industry. But what does ergonomics actually mean in design? And how do designers achieve it?
The visual simplicity of Humanscale’s chairs belies the state-of the-art technology that allows them to adjust to every user – hardly a knob or lever required!
So, you think you know how to design for health in the workplace? Think again.