Monthly Archives: July 2018

How Herman Miller Has Led the Way in Office Chair Design

Humans have been interested in ergonomics for thousands of years–whether they had a name for it yet or not. Hippocrates, for example, was designing medical tools with comfort and use in mind all the way back in in the 4th century BCE. There’s even evidence that the ancient Egyptians were thinking about comfort when building […]

Are You Working Harder or Smarter?

According to a New York Magazine article from 2015, having employees work longer hours isn’t necessarily the most efficient way to run your business. In this article, author Melissa Dahl suggests that, unsurprisingly, quality reigns over quantity–she says that if you work harder over shorter periods, you’ll get more done than dragging out your day so you […]

How to Know When It’s Time for an Office Reno

Did you catch the renovation bug after binge watching episodes of Love It or List It all weekend? Or are you just so tired of staring at the same cubicle every day that you can’t take it anymore? Perhaps it’s time to redo your office. Here’s how you can tell if it’s time to replace […]

An Apple a Day Keeps the Employees Away

If you count yourself as one of Apple’s many über fans, you’ve probably been hearing about their new headquarters. They’ve been in the process of building it for years, and it’s finally done (or almost there). However, much like their latest iPhones, the design of this new campus is somewhat of a disappointment. In an […]