Dutch designer Jeffrey Heiligers' creations are a non-tech solution to the digital age problem of constantly working at computers

Companies around the world have put regulations in place regarding employees' seating positions in relation to their computers. Chairs are supposed to be at a certain height, as are screens, and frequent breaks are encouraged. However, due to the speed at which people work and their increasingly hectic schedules, these rules are often broken. Fashion designerJeffrey Heiligers is prompting the idea of a digital generation with improved postures by creating a collection filled with “tailor-made remedies.”

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