This article comes from Rob Nixon and makes for interesting reading. Here is one interesting statement: When HPFs get more efficient the price does not go down with the efficiency levels – it often goes up. HPFs have intranets, electronic working papers, two screens on every desk, proper document management systems and do not have [...]
It is common to see furniture showrooms incorporating the largest iMac monitors into their showroom displays. If not in their showrooms then in brochures & marketing imagery. Sexy as these monitors are it is difficult for users to find a “real” monitor arm to accommodate such large and heavy screens. Without a monitor arm, users have a good-looking monitor [...]
Nice case study with BNZ using Integ product (from NZ Herald). BNZ branches around the country are about to receive a facelift in a $100 million makeover. The bank is refurbishing half of its 179 branches and relocating the rest in an upgrade expected to take two years, which begins with the Kitchener Rd branch [...]
Productivity Gains & Monitor Arms Once you have 2 screens, it is very hard to go back - Bruce Montgomery, Director Monteck Group Monteck Group is proudly a family business. This is something that they believe translates to a more personalised service than many firms can offer. With a staff of 10 and a move [...]
With the departure of long time Integ it king, Martin Chung, we are pleased to announce that Ross McNicol will be joining Integ as of 8 March 2010. Ross will be Business Development Manager (NSW/QLD) and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in commercial furniture.
Investment in intellect (and people) pays off… Nice article in the Business Herald last Friday. Republished online 28 Feb.
This from Sydney Central There are more jobs in Sydney CBD but offices are getting smaller and more cramped, according to Sydney Council’s five-yearly floor space census. Employment in the CBD increased 32.8 per cent in a 10 year period from 1996 to 2006, but growth in city floor space increased by only 21.5 per [...]
Great to see that at the beginning on a new decade such a simple thing as dual screen productivity ranks so high. And this from a Jim Taylor Ph.D Professor at the University of San Francisco who works in performance psychology. So, to start the year (and decade) on a positive technology note, I want to [...]
This post from Jeff Atwood is a great, well researched and well commented summary on ergonomics for those of us who prefer to stay indoors. A great read with some tips on computer workstation ergonomics. A quick summary of Jeff’s main points The top of your monitor should be at eye level Your desk surface [...]