The Basic Principles of Space Organization

August 5th, 2016 by

Think of your office as a work of art. It’s difficult, we know; work is often so stressful that art is probably the last thing on your mind. But there are also amazing days when you feel at home as you implement new ideas and gain credibility with your coworkers and bosses. While art and . . . Read More »

History of the Mouse

July 21st, 2016 by

Mice have come a long way. What once used to be an afterthought in the computing experience is now an experience all its own. Manufacturers like Raven specialize in creating multi-function, highly-personalized gaming mice that can control armies, teams and other crucial elements of a video game. But the mouse hasn’t always been this complex. . . . Read More »

A Trio of Keyboards Make Their Case: Chiclet, Ergonomic and Traditional

July 5th, 2016 by

Keyboards are the kind of thing you don’t really notice until you have to switch out your old clunker for a new one. You can feel the difference almost immediately, like putting on a new shirt that hasn’t been washed. Everything feels a little too crisp and a little too tight. Once that newness wears . . . Read More »

How to Turn Your Reception Area into a Powerful First Impression

June 4th, 2016 by

You’re well aware of the importance of first impressions. Make a good one and you can win a sale, client or new employee within a matter of minutes. Make a bad one and you’re doomed before you even get started. While we spend most of our time thinking about the way we look, our body . . . Read More »

Is Sitting for More than Six Hours a Day As Bad As They Say It Is?

May 21st, 2016 by

If you’ve been keeping tabs on workplace trends, you’ve probably run across the slew of recent stories sounding the alarm. Why the outcry? The experts are saying that being sedentary for more than six hours a day is just as bad for your body as smoking. Now, before you run out and order a fleet . . . Read More »

The History Behind the Ever-Popular Office Chair

May 10th, 2016 by

The office chair is the undisputed king of the workspace. And why wouldn’t it be? Most office workers spend at least six hours in their chairs. Knowing this, big box stores have entire sections dedicated to them in the same way a car dealership fills their showroom with their best and brightest. While most professionals . . . Read More »

Five Benefits Of Using Systems Furniture In Your Office

April 26th, 2016 by

Deciding on the type of furniture that best suits your office space in terms of size and shape is only part of the equation. It must also provide your employees with a productive and comfortable place to work. In the past, that meant a private office with a solitary desk, chair and extra storage furniture. . . . Read More »

8 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Office Space

April 19th, 2016 by

In today’s modern world, careers of every kind are making offices their home base. An office is where you will spend the majority of your working hours, making it an area which should be personal, functional, and efficient. Whether your office is an entire room or a small cubical, having it operate at its full . . . Read More »

10 Tips for Improving Your Office Environment and Boosting Productivity

April 5th, 2016 by

If you are determined to get the best out of your staff and create an office environment that is both happy and productive, it might be time to look at how you organize your space. Whether you have an open plan office or a smaller business, choice of furniture, including how it is positioned and . . . Read More »

7 Things Every Office Needs

March 2nd, 2016 by

Creating a space where your staff and visitors can feel comfortable, confident and engaged is one of the most important things a business needs to consider. It’s great having plenty of room but if you are not using it effectively and maximizing potential you could be losing out on a number of levels. Are your . . . Read More »