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Lunch and Learn at the Humanscale Showroom

  • July 24, 2015
  • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Humanscale Showroom. 2233 1st AVE, Seattle 98121
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 What: Lunch and Learn at the Humanscale Showroom

Cost: There is no cost to attend and lunch will be provided.

Topic: Discussion of New Ergonomics Studies and Humanscale Products

When:7/24 11am-2pm

Address: Humanscale Showroom. 2233 1st AVE, Seattle 98121

Contact Info:206-402-2593 www.humanscale.com

Parking: Street parking is available and there are nearby lots. 

Speaker Bio:

Vincent Wang, MS CPE is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist who holds a graduate degree in Human Factors and Ergonomics from Cornell University. Vincent’s undergraduate degree is in Industrial Engineering from Tsinghua University, China. At Humanscale, Vincent coordinated a 2 year office ergonomics project for a large city agency, tracking a 50% decrease in discomfort levels among employees.

Humanscale:

Founded in 1983 by CEO Robert King with a focus on high-performance tools that support a healthy, more active way of working, Humanscale is now the global ergonomics leader with a reputation for designing intuitive products which improve the comfort and health of office workers.

The company, headquartered in New York, made its first mark as a workplace ergonomics pioneer in the 1990s with the introduction of revolutionary articulating keyboard systems. Humanscale solidified its status as a true market leader with the introduction of the Freedom chair in 1999, created by renowned ergonomics designer Niels Diffrient. The innovative executive task chair broke new ground by combining unprecedented functionality with minimal manual controls. Humanscale followed suit with a series of Diffrient seating designs including Liberty, Diffrient World, and Smart chairs.

Humanscale now has locations in more than 28 countries and has even gained attention from Hollywood, with products gracing the sets of hit television shows and films including The Newsroom, New Girl, 24, The Bourne Ultimatum, Mission: Impossible III and Mr. & Mrs. Smith.


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