Building Better Working and Learning Spaces
Portable Charging in Your Workspace
Our reliance on electronic devices to work and learn is only as effective as our ability to utilize such devices, which means they must constantly remain charged and accessible in our flexible workspaces. Enter portable charging stations.
Holiday Gift Guide: Our Office Favorites
Whether you’re shopping for friends, family members, co-workers (or yourself!), our team at Stand Steady has curated the ultimate gift guide to help you check even the most hard-to-shop-for loved ones off your list this season.
Reducing Stress in the Workplace
You’ve been there—past deadline, overwhelmed, and managing so many details, you can’t think straight. In this blog, we provide tips leaders and team members can use to help manage stress, without sacrificing productivity.
Outfitting Your Perfect Classroom
The new school year is here, and we’ve curated a selection of innovative classroom tools geared towards providing focus, comfort, and functionality to both teachers and their students.
Choosing the Right AV Cart for Your Workspace
When selecting your ideal AV cart, it’s essential to consider the features that will best meet the needs of your working or learning space. Stand Steady's here to guide you through the process.
5 Benefits of Using an Anti-Fatigue Mat at Your Office
What’s up with using an anti-fatigue mat at the office? It seems like we’ve seen these things in Grandma’s kitchen, or at the auto-shop, but now they’re showing up at work too.
Choosing Your Perfect Standing Desk
Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase: “Sitting is the new smoking”. We sit while we drive or ride public transportation, in movies or while watching tv, during meals, and for most of us, while we work.
Converting Your Desk Into a Standing Desk
It's no surprise that sitting for most of the day has become a habit in our modern-day society. Research shows that sitting for hours every day has a negative impact on your health - even if you exercise.
Top 9 Alternative Remedies to Treat Back Pain
Nearly 80% of people will experience back pain in their life. The sooner you treat it, the less likely it will develop into a chronic condition that requires medication and surgery.