Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 16:05:30 PM. . By Emery Upton.
Optimization: "Having furniture that allows for proper adjustments does not mean that the adjustments are set correctly," Bakker notes. "Independent studies have demonstrated that the majority of office workers sit in products that can provide sound ergonomics, but they are not adjusted properly, ultimately having an adverse effect on the user. Understanding the relationship between the user, their size and their workload against the settings is critical to lowering or eliminating risk. Providing adjustability can be more harmful to a user when they are not given instructions on how to tailor the furnishings."
Other considerations are modesty panels and cable management. A modesty panel screens the front edge and sometimes the sides of the desk to prevent seeing underneath. Modesty panels are often included as part of the desk design but are sometimes an optional extra. Cable management allows the power and data cables for your computers and other equipment to be hidden from site in a tray under the desk or, in some office desk designs, through the leg frame itself.
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