Computer Ergonomics

By Mark Kennedy


Posture is the most important part of computer ergonomics.

Where to look

One should sit facing forward, eyes on the screen, neck straight.

Where do my hands go

Your hands should be properly placed on the keyboard. They shouldn't be tight, or laid out, but tentatively at the ready.

Results of poor computer ergonomics

Poor ergonomics could result in detriment to production, slowed typing speed, or even back/neck fatigue and pain.
Overall, it's highly important to sit properly, and offers significant benefits.

Do it.

Do it, now.