Designing for the Human/Technology Tension

Designing for the Human/Technology Tension

The editors of 360 Magazine invited Allison Arieff to visit our Global Headquarters and view new solutions designed to address the tension between humans and technology in the workplace.

An Arizona State Study: Movement in the Workplace

An Arizona State Study: Movement in the Workplace

At Arizona State University, administrators at the College of Health Solutions and the College of Nursing and Health Innovation took on that challenge as they planned a new workplace for their staffs.

Taking the Lead

Taking the Lead

Read how a human-performance consulting firm has embraced palette of place to nurture employee wellbeing.

Designing With Forearm Support In Mind

Designing With Forearm Support In Mind

A soft-edged worksurface reduces the risk of injury and can help people feel better while they work. Recent research confirmed that soft edges on worksurfaces ease pressure on the forearms by distributing the load over a larger, more…

Kennedy Space Center Upgrades Seating

Kennedy Space Center Upgrades Seating

NASA tried out the different chairs for a week and, not surprisingly, selected a chair that reflects both ergonomic and design innovation: Siento.

Building Wellbeing into the Workplace

Building Wellbeing into the Workplace

Choice and control are found throughout the work environment’s furniture and tools. A chair that provides ergonomic benefits to people of various sizes and working in different postures adds to physical wellbeing.