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Workspace Colors

Workspace Colors

  • Orange is stimulating and fun, but too much of it can be overwhelming
  • Pink is soothing but too much can be draining
  • Gray is neutral, psychologically, and can be depressing unless the right tone is used
  • Black is serious and sophisticated, but can be heavy
  • White gives a heightened perception of space but can be a strain to look at
  • Brown is a serious color, but warmer than black and is solid and supportive

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Organize Your Desk

Organize Your Desk

  • Keep only the things you use daily within reach.
  • Store everything else off of your desk.
  • Try limiting personal decorations to just 3 items or less.
  • Hide supplies and tools strategically behind your monit...

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Office Plants

Office Plants

  • Indoor plants prevent fatigue during attention-demanding work.
  • Even just having a window view of live greenery can be restorative and keep us focused.
  • A peace lily plant requires little sunlight to survive and you only ha...

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The Ideal Desk Height

The Ideal Desk Height

Your desk should ideally let you type on a keyboard with your arms and hands roughly parallel to the floor, your feet flat on the floor, and your legs fitting comfortably under the desk when sitting (you should be able to comfortably cross your legs under the sur...

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Office Sound

Office Sound

It's hard to drown all that out when you're trying to work.

A good pair of noise-canceling headphones could help. Pair it with soothing background music from Jazz and Rain, your favorite video game soundtrack playlist on YouTube, or coffeehouse-like background music.

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Keyboard and Mouse

Keyboard and Mouse

The keyboard should:

  • be close enough to your body so you can hold your elbows comfortably by your sides.
  • be low enough that your arms are roughly parallel to the floor and your wrists are flat or angled downwards.

Make sure the mouse is a comfortabl...

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Your workspace matters

Your workspace matters

When you spend hours at your desk every day, even the smallest features of your workspace – such as the position of your monitor or the height of your chair– can greatly affect your productivity and even your health.

With a few adjustments you can improve your working environment a...

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Ergonomic Chairs

Here's what to look for in an ergonomic office chair:

  • Lumbar support: The curve in the back of the chair should support your lower spine, following the natural curve of your lower back.
  • Seat depth: Chairs that fit your body will allow you to sit comfortably with y...

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Workspace Colors

Workspace Colors

  • Red is energizing and warming, stimulates our pulses, and can be perceived as aggressive
  • Blue can stimulate thought and aid in concentration and communication, but some might see it as cold and unemotional
  • Yellow is stimulating and...

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The 20-20-20 rule

Remember to take breaks for your eyes.

  • Look at something 20 feet away
  • for 20 seconds
  • every 20 minutes to protect your eyes.

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Workspace Temperature

Cornell University researchers found that by increasing office temperature from 68 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit (20° to 25° Celsius), workers' typing errors fell by 44 percent, and they were able to type 150 percent more.

If you can't control the temperature in your office, there's al...

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Optimal Workspace Lighting

  • The best kind of light you can have in your office is natural light. It helps our bodies maintain our internal "clocks" or circadian rhythms which affects our sleep and energy.
  • Poor lighting, whether it's dim lighting or harsh lighting from overhe...

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Proper Monitor Placement

Proper Monitor Placement

  • Keep your monitor or laptop screen between 20 and 40 inches in front of you. You do not you want to be forced to lean forward.
  • Make sure the top line of the screen is at or below your eye level. 
  • Don't tilt the monitor more than 10 to 20 degrees. More tha...

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Keep Your Dopamine Balanced

Keep Your Dopamine Balanced

The Dopamine hormone is the satisfaction hormone released when we gain pleasure from something.

For instance, Dopamine is secreted when we get likes and comments on our Instagram or Facebook posts. It's also released from smoking, eating tasty food, playing video games and other stimulating...

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