Sit? Stand? Both?

Wherever you find yourself setting up to work, you want a workspace that’s not just functional, but that promotes good ergonomics, too, and utilising a stand-up desk is something many workers find beneficial. But, before you order one for your office, it’s important that you understand what kinds of standing desks are out there — and which ones might be best for your needs. Fixed stand-up desks, for example, remain in a standing position and may not be adjustable at all, so you need to make sure the height is right for you. Adjustable sit-to-stand desks make it easy for you to move from sitting to standing throughout the day, which experts agree is idea. A standing desk converter can be placed on your existing desk and may be fixed or adjustable, and a swing arm adapter is another way to work while standing at a desk or table you already have. And that’s just the beginning! Learn more about the types of standing desks from Quill in this handy infographic.  

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