So various models are made thinking of the space you need. There is an L-shaped black corner desk that enhances work next to someone else, or represents an extra gain in space; Corner tables, for small spaces or with removable panels, to increase your space whenever you need it.
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Think about the beauty of the mobile, but especially the functionality. Older design desks can be a charm in your office, but if they don’t have drawers or wire feeders, they’re not practical. On the other hand, a glass-topped table can give the place a nice touch, but it can also pose a risk if you have kids around.
Think carefully, weigh the pros and cons of all models, and try to filter out as much as you can about your real needs. Take into account the decor of your office, the feeling of well-being in the environment, the functionality of the furniture and the comfort, whether for your body or for your view in front of the monitors. Your choice will reflect on your day to day work.
- In a conventional workstation, in an office, the table height is hardly adjustable. So the good table-chair ratio should start with the table: the elbow should be 3 to 4cm below the table, and a minimum of 20cm should be left between the table and seat. The chair should be between 47 and 57cm and have a footrest for those of short stature.
- Few people pay attention to the table surface, but it should be chosen according to the size of the instrument that will be worked on and the movements required for the task to be performed.
This post has already been talked about seat posture, but it is important to report a study of computer users. For a long time it was recommended that the posture in front of a computer be erect, that is, the spine at 90 degrees. However, it was observed that few people took this position. The preferred position is the inclined position, similar to the automotive seat:
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This analysis is long, will be subject to some posts that we will see below. Everyone has some discomfort to tell. We’ll start with the root causes of these computer user discomforts, which are as follows:
- Keyboard with improper inclination;
- Lack of proper wrist and forearm supports;
- Head too tilted up or down;
- Little lateral legroom;
- Improper keyboard placement – Hand makes lateral tilt (abduction) greater than 20 degrees from the forearm.
In an office, professional activities and large projects are developed, so it is a place of concentration, creativity and efficiency. Therefore, planning the decoration requires attention to detail to create a suitable work environment.
A good office should be ergonomic with comfortable, properly-sized furniture, and use materials that protect the health of those who use the environment.
In aesthetics, it is interesting to think of the image you want to convey with the decoration. Analyze the type of work done there, the company culture and visual identity. It all reflects on employee performance and customer credibility.