Key Elements of Good Computer Office Furniture

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Key Elements of Good Computer Office Furniture

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Today’s computer office furniture is very different than what some of us remember from the 80s and 90s. In those early days of office computing, computers were much larger, and the display screens were built like small television sets. Desks were built with these larger displays, desktops, and computer towers in mind. Both the larger size and greater weight of these early computers often resulted in computer furniture being rather bulky and unsightly. Those of us who were around in those days could immediately spot something that was “computer furniture” compared to something that was not.

It is not that way today. Thanks to the development of the flat screen monitor, desk width can vary according to task completion. You might notice in the picture above that the desk is rather narrow in comparison to those we saw in the past. This is because of the trend to move toward increasingly paperless storage. People in most positions do most of their work on a computer. They do not need a wide writing desk like previous generations of workers who used traditional typewriters, pens, and papers for document control. Due to the need to consolidate space for ergonomics and efficiency, computer office furniture typically features an L-shaped or U-shaped desk that provides just enough desk space to manipulate documents on an as-need, rather than continuous, basis.

Today’s computer office furniture also features a variety of built-in storage systems that are very different from the ones of the past. When computer desks first came out, storage compartments were typically needed for things like power supplies, printer paper, large external hard drives, and even replacement PC cards and hard drives. As computer components themselves because increasingly smaller, the need for all this bulk storage went away. Storage systems like the one shown above have little to do with replacement computer components. Instead, they are designed to provide the employee with ample area in which to store personal belongings and vital supplies necessary to the completion of his or her task. This computer office desk features a hutch with built-in cabinets and cubbies that can store a variety of supplies and documents within easy reach of the worker. The hutch also functions as a boundary between the worker and the person to his or her left.

This assembly is built to support four people, each with his or her own private storage and filing system that allows the individual to quickly reach anything he or she needs without straining the back or the arms. This also makes it unnecessary for employees to leave their workstations and thus results in a higher productivity rate throughout the office.

While there certainly is less paper than there was in offices 4 decades ago, every industry still produces hard copies for a wide variety of reasons. It is unlikely that any worker can function on an entirely paperless basis. Even with the most task being completed on a computer, there are still reports, contracts, quotes, and other printouts for which the employee is responsible for managing. Building document cubbies and filing drawers into this workstation provide such an individual with not only a convenient location for store location but enough room to efficiently organize documents. The cubbies located on the deck above the drawers can store important folders and documents for quick retrieval.

Computer office furniture like this can be ordered in a variety of styles. This assembly has a more traditional look, but we also carry many similar models in modern and contemporary styles. Cubiture recommends an 8-hour rated, ergonomic chair that will fully support the back and lower body so that a worker can remain seated for an entire workday without becoming uncomfortable. Call us now and get started with a free office layout drawing.

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