Research suggests even before the children get a year old, they start imitating their parents. Initially a new-born baby imitates facial expressions such as smiling, pouting, opening mouth. Later they imitate actions such as holding on to objects. Finally, as they grow up, they imitate the way dad/ mom talk on phone, the way they sit, walk and so on. In this manner children develop various fine motor and social skills from their parents.
In one of the earlier blogs, we covered the shortcomings of the design of the laptop and how indiscriminate use of laptops could lead to long endearing health hazards.
Laptops have become the most essential device for every industry, organization & professional. No matter what one’s profession is, a laptop is the mainstay to
Benefactors of Ergonomics? Am I a benefactor?
What is in it for me?
It is very natural to have this question in mind before we put in any effort, make an investment, or commit ourselves to something. This is also the fundamental premise of any corporate action measured through metrics like IRR, cost-benefit analysis, or profit.
The same holds for any Ergonomic intervention, who gets benefited from the right ergonomics?
Humanize first, then digitize. But why?
COVID has only expedited, what was anyways the destiny i.e. the digital dominance in our lives!
It would be futile to even attempt to list down the elements which have got digitized in the last 10 years as no human mind can list down even half of them. This is just the beginning and with AI & ML the possibilities are infinite.