The new Wire-O document-binding machine, pictured here, is ergonomically designed by Works Design to ease punching force. The machine’s new punch plate feature replaces the pins of the previous model which required `much more effort’, according to Works Design partner Ian Gravatt. A new binding function enables the user to adjust document sizes faster – a lever replaces the previous knob which needed continuous turning. The consultancy did not design the previous model but has created other binding machines for client James Burn International.
The amount on offer from the government is worth nearly £200 per employee, according to a statement from HM Treasury and may benefit design studios with less than 250 employees.
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PriestmanGoode has reworked a train seat so that it can hold bikes in place, thereby creating distance on trains and lessening pressure on public transport.
Superunion has created the new identity for Move United, which is a merge of Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA.