Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 07:31:45 AM. . By Tessa Mccrary.
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."
Desk, a table, frame, or case with a sloping or horizontal top particularly designed to aid writing or reading, and often containing drawers, compartments, or pigeonholes. The first desks were probably designed for ecclesiastical use. Early English desks derived from the church lectern were massive; after the development of printing, they gave way to smaller, portable chests with sloping lids—called writing boxes—some of which featured drawers and letter holes. The lids on most writing tables and also on the later writing cabinets (with drawers below and cupboards above) were hinged either at the front or back; those hinged at the front often were supported in a horizontal position by slides that could be pulled out of the framework, by hinged stays fixed inside the lid, or by a combination of both.
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