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Why Should You Buy a Headrest for Your Herman Miller Office Chair?

Posted by Amir Iagher on
Chair manufacturers market their products based on the ergonomics which are usually targeted toward back support only. However, the neck, which is a very important part of the human anatomy, is often neglected. When you are in a sitting position, it is important to provide your neck with proper support. Thankfully, we have designed a solution that takes this vital body part into consideration. If you already have a Herman Miller Office Chair which provides the perfect amount of back support, then finish it off with the Herman Miller Aeron Headrest...

About Seating Ergonomics

Posted by Amir Iagher on
When we hear ‘ergonomics’, what usually comes to mind is comfort. In today’s world of work, ergonomic furniture is trending and rightfully so. Employees are concerned about their comfort and physical well-being, and employers want to provide their employees with the right environment that fosters productivity. So what exactly is ergonomic seating? The focus is on the design. Chair manufacturers create ergonomic seating that provides upper and lower body support to reduce physical stress and strain. The ultimate goal is to help prevent long term...

About Herman Miller

Posted by Amir Iagher on
Herman Miller was founded in 1905 as the Star Furniture Co. in Zeeland, Michigan. Initially the company produced high quality furniture, especially bedroom suites, in historic revival styles. In 1909, Dirk Jan De Pree began working for the company as a clerk, and became its president by 1919, when it was renamed the Michigan Star Furniture Co. De Pree and his father-in-law, Herman Miller, purchased 51% of the company stock in 1923 and renamed it the Herman Miller Furniture Company. The company reformed as Herman Miller, Inc. in 1960...

Our Story

Posted by Engineered Now Admin on

Several years ago, the founder of Engineered Now purchased an Aeron Chair for his home office. He spent countless hours in the ergonomic marvel and after a hard day’s work, he often found himself leaning back to take in the day’s accomplishments, read the news, or watch an episode online. After several weeks, he began to notice neck and upper shoulder pain and it became clear that the countless hours leaning back in the chair, with no support for his head, was taking its toll on his upper body. The Mission: Find the solution piece.

After much research, numerous variations and . . .