Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 21:19:39 PM. Chair. By Alice Pfeiffer.
What do you want to achieve: when designing the stand, your vision should include what you hope to achieve from the experience with the clients. Is it simply a tool to promote your latest product or are you seeking a more interactive experience with them. Interactive platforms should allow for a design that includes chairs and a table, this way you can sit your clients down and discuss the product with them. If you do not need to have a one on one experience with the client you can forgo the chairs and have a more open space dedicated to the product. Digital interaction: bring your design into the 21st century. Give your clients the opportunity to view the products by providing Tablets or a presentation for them to watch when they visit your stand. People love technology and there are many ways in which you can incorporate it in a fun and sensible way in your overall design.
From the first grade, young children are expected to sit and concentrate for extended periods of time. With the amount of distractions available at that young of an age coupled with a sometimes shorter attention span and constant fidgeting, ensuring maximum comfort should be the number one priority. It has been proven that kids that have comfortable school chairs to sit in while learning have increased attention spans, a greater desire to learn, the ability to concentrate for longer time periods, and feel more comfortable at school. Along with increased concentration, children will also be less likely to experience aches and pains that can occur from sitting in a cheap chair that does not offer support. The cheaper the chair the less supportive it is likely to be and the amount of adjustments available to accommodate children of different sizes will be minimal. The last thing that parents want for their children is to come home after a day at school and complain about experiencing back pain from sitting in a poor-quality chair.
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