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In a rare case of the sequel being better than the original, Back App 2.0 raises the ergonomic and aesthetic bar set by the original while still retaining the unique, active imbalance feature that made the first chair such a hit. The new Back App has slightly pared down customiza…
The age of the active workstation is upon us. Treadmill desks, bike desks, tilting chairs, and other movement-friendly devices are taking offices by storm. But as the average American worker gets up and off their rear, let’s take a moment to commiserate with the first adopt…
Ergodynamics takes into account that everything about standing or walking while typing is different than when users were seated at a desk.
Among trays we've tested, the SteadyType Exo is the most stable, easiest to install, and the best at achieving “negative” ergonomic angles.
A Leaning chair provides a new way to spend your sitting breaks. They place you in an ergonomically healthy angle that is healthy for both your feet & back.
Large furniture companies are largely shut out from selling millions of standing desks that are going to be shipped directly to employees' homes.
With many people working from home, employers need to consider liability for ergonomic injuries has pierced the veil of the corporate campus.
Thoughtful WFH gifts that will offset the many trials of setting up a home office and embracing a telecommuting lifestyle in the pandemic era.
The Locus Leaning Stand Up Desk has elegant design and sound ergonomics, making this workstation a great stand up desk alternative.
The first question: Will you need an adjustable-height desk or will a fixed-height desk do the job? Learn how to make your own treadmill workstation.
“Should I use a walking desk or a stand up desk more? By how much?” We get asked this question all the time. Read on to find the answer!
We love having this Humanscale FM500 footrest around; it's one of the most borrowed items around the testing lab. It’s attractive and feels amazing.
You need only glance at your Facebook feed or your local newspaper to know that “sitting is the new smoking.” To this point, coverage of the extensive science behind “sitting disease” has focused mostly on the the hazards of the sedentary behavior of sitting.
The Eco is a beautifully designed converter that fails in a few fundamental ways. The first is that the tray is incredibly wobbly and will shake when you type on it, even if you're not a heavy typist. The second is that the monitor mounting height is not independently adjustable …
The OM5 represents a major departure from classic office chair design. Two years of work with a forward-thinking design team resulted in an elegant solution to the adjustable chair. The rollers in the OM5 allows “body-activated movement” as the chair shifts to conform to a seat…