Once the thundering pride of the industrial age, the train is undergoing a bit of a renaissance as a growing number of travellers look for an alternative to flying. But where to start? And how far can you go?
The concept of the ‘coffice’ has been with us for some time and on the face of it sounds great — pack up your laptop, grab your wallet, and swap the office for nearest café. But what does science say? Will a steady flow of tea and coffee lubricate your brain, or will it just make you need the loo more often?
The word ergonomics was coined in the 1950s, based on the Greek word ‘ergon’,
meaning work. It’s the study of how to make equipment and furniture that help us to
do things more efficiently and more comfortably.
Ah, summer at last! Time for relaxing, recharging and far-flung adventures. Equipped with your passport, laptop and ili stand, the world is your oyster — and so much more so if you can shirk the sweaty stress of lugging around heavy bags. If you dream of bypassing the luggage carousel with nothing more than a cabin bag and a smug smile, read on for five golden nuggets of packing wisdom.
Introducing the ili Laptop Stand – Great posture by design
iliBe, a family start-up design company, has launched its new ili Laptop Stand, the perfect accessory to help laptop users adopt a good posture and for those who appreciate clean design, natural materials and sustainability.
The ili Laptop Stand is innovative and elegantly designed for the environmentally aware offering great posture by design.
Zeno and Celine Kerr created the ili Laptop Stand after they identified a gap in the market for a sustainable, ergonomic and compact solution for working at home and on the move.
Engineer Celine Kerr, iliBe Ltd said...