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The Anatomy of an Ideal Workstation

Buying a workstation can be the same as buying a car…The bigger it gets, more the configurations. Which means digging deeper into your pockets 🙂 There are several components that go into a workstation, depending on the number of users it has to accommodate, minimum space and privacy requirements. More often than not, facilities and procurement try and put together …

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Color me Productive

A color is an explicit expression of personality and taste. Picking the right color can be a tricky affair ; besides individual tastes in color being subjective, it’s also important to pick a color that fits your company image and nature of work. It affects an outsider’s perception of your business. But moving beyond the aesthetic appealof colors, it’s been proven …

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The not-so-technical guide to picking an ergonomic chair

Every manufacturer’s got the one chair they consider their gold standard ergonomic chair. Then you’ve got the knock-offs and the generic models that flood the market. But beyond the obvious aesthetic differences, it can be hard to differentiate the technical elements that make each chair unique. The Ergonomic Chair check-list Height A task chair should be able to accommodate users …

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8 expert cost saving tips to furnish your workspace

Value engineer – (VE) by definition is a systematic method to improve the “value” of goods or products and services by using an examination of function. Value, as defined, is the ratio of function to cost. Value can therefore be increased by either improving the function or reducing the cost. In the construction industry, however, its most common purpose is …