By Emery Upton. Office Desk. Published at Sunday, June 10th, 2018 - 19:53:13 PM.
Modern desks reflect contemporary styles. Some are little more than writing surfaces with, perhaps, one drawer for the storage of writing materials. Others contain a number of drawers (sometimes accommodating hanging files), platforms designed to support typewriters or computer keyboards, and other elements that reflect modern work and home needs. See also bureau; secretary.
The first thing that you must do is evaluate your needs. Do you simply need a desk to hold your computer, or will you need a space to layout multiple pages and other items? Look at how much office equipment you have. Do you have a computer, printer, fax, phone, photocopier, scanner and more? Or perhaps you simply have a laptop and nothing more? This will be the first major deciding factor - how much desk space do you actually need? It is also important to look at the space where you will be putting your desk. Is your office large, and able to accommodate a large desk? Or do you need to squeeze into a tiny area? It is a good idea to take measurements before you go out shopping, because this will save you a lot of time in the long run.
These units can be expensive though, so you will need to weigh your options here carefully. If you are looking for a large workspace, a good option is a large pine table. A large table will give you all of the workspace that you will need and you can use the back of the table by putting magazine racks or file folders along the back to increase organization space. Some people may not like the idea of working from a large table but whatever works best in your home office is what you should use.
Movable accessories: If a sit-stand desk isn’t a good fit for your budget right now, consider raising only a portion of the surface, either with adjustable accessories or a fixed-height desk with a height-adjustable tray. You want to have space for your mouse, keyboard and possibly a tablet," explains Freeberg. "Ergonomically, laptops are terrible for you because they’re at a set height that is generally too low and the keyboard is usually attached to the monitor, which is too far. You want it on your lap where you’re typing. Look into a tablet stand or laptop stand.
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