Imagine yourself spending your office hours sitting on an uncomfortable brown leather office chair that sends out this strange cracking sound every time you try to recline your back off the backseat, and the leather cover is falling apart so bad that you could see the foam inside? It would probably piss you off especially if you have a work deadline. it may sound, but your office chair greatly affects your work performance as it may help or impede you from accomplishing your task for the day. Not to mention that a severe back ache can prevent you from going to office the next day.
So your office chair must be lacking an important feature: Ergonomic. Basically, ergonomics pertains to the science of producing office equipment and setting the work place in such a way that it would be conducive for work. Meaning, the working environment and all equipment found therein are designed in a way that promotes the achievement of productivity, comfort, efficiency, and safety. Ergonomics might be a term familiar to chair manufacturers, but when asked about what criteria really constitutes an ergonomic chair, they would probably have differing answers. In general, office equipment should be produced according to five aspects: 1) Safety; 2) Comfort; 3) Ease of use; 4) Productivity/Performance, and 5) Aesthetics. The following criteria may help you further in selecting an ergonomic brown leather office chair: