The marketplace is awash with products promoted as “ergonomically designed.” Some are. For the rest the description is meaningless, unsubstantiated, just marketing “fluff.” Then there are products with flawless ergonomic credentials that don’t mention the fact. How can a buyer recognize the genuine article? It helps to understand the process of designing an ergonomically-sound product, but that is only the start.
Interviewed by the The Ergonomics Report
This article originally appeared in The Ergonomics Report™ on 2005-06-29.