The ergonomic landscape is shifting. Back support for desktop computing remains relevant. But mobile computing use is rising. In the background, an Internet of Things is emerging. Soon, it’s likely that multi-device computing and sedentary behaviors will skyrocket — for some people.
For others, a clear path to boost productivity while combatting technostress already exists. This page tracks evolving ergonomic solutions to modern, multi-device computing problems.
When computers learned chess, pro players were forced to level up. For instance, Magnus Carlsen uses fitness, nutrition, and a Secretlab Titan chair to stay on top. Learn how he leverages these ‘brain hacks’ to outsmart and overwhelm his opponents.Read more
Sitting with a neutral posture is easy in any type of ergonomic chair. Plant your feet, tuck your hips, and adjust your chair to support your height. Even so, office chair addicts keep buying more chairs — yet never feel satisfied! Learn the psychology fuelling office chair obsessions — and easy ways to break them.Read more
What will the desk worker of the future look like? There are enough statistics out there to paint a clear picture for three generations. Learn the most likely physical & mental outcomes for Generation X, Millennial, and Gen Z ages.Read more
Sitting for long periods while computing is bad for you; shifting between sitting and standing positions is better. But psychological barriers prevent many from using sit-stands desk properly. The Movably Pro Smart chair eliminates those barriers. This clears the way for standing desk adoption to skyrocket.Read more
Last year, six B2B office furniture companies generated over USD $1 billion in sales. In 2023, each is cautiously optimistic. Hybrid work cultures boost furniture sales opportunities; plummeting office occupancy rates curb them. So which companies look primed to perform the best in 2023?Read more