Ergonomics covers all aspects of the modern office. The definition of ergonomics is to promote efficient cooperation between people and the environment. So when it comes to the office, it covers at least the following:

1, Office Space Planning

Depending on the nature of the client, gain insight into the internal workings of the client and work out the most appropriate and effective way to increase employee productivity, as IT companies tend to focus on employee flexibility, the planning of the area is more flexible, and the leisure area should have more couches and whiteboards that people can communicate at any time. The financial industry is more private and quiet. The legal profession is different, a large number of files will need to be set aside where they can be stored and easily accessed by users.

2, Color

Common color can make eyes more comfortable.

3, Indoor lighting:

Whether the design and arrangement of light can meet the needs of different ages, different vision staff, not only to ensure that each staff has a certain flexibility, and not too bright or too dark to cause glare or visual fatigue.

4, Office tools

Whether displays, keyboards, desktops, chairs, and other devices can easily meet the needs of users and, at the same time, facilitate the effective movement of users during working hours.

5, Furniture size:

Furniture size can be conducive to work. It should meet the needs of different types and users of work.

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