Mobile working is defined as not working in a traditional office at a fixed desk. The means that a mobile workplace could be at the kitchen table, but also on a train, at university, in a hotel and even in a meeting or conference room. But how can we make our mobile workplaces truly ergonomic when they are constantly changing? BakkerElkhuizen has put together the following tips on how to configure your mobile workplace ergonomically while still maintaining flexibility.
A notebook stand positions your device at the right height and distance for you.
Ensures correct arm and wrist positions.
Looking for your mouse? Input devices need to be compact and close to the body.