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Moving in Concert

Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber saw an unsolved problem: the lack of physical harmony between us and our computers. Elements support wrists, back, and eyes individually, but don't work together.

It was a challenge both Stumpf and Weber could relate to. "You can't design without empathy," said Weber. "Since design has become more technology based, we've had to sit in our chairs in front of computers for longer periods, just like everyone else. We identify with the problems people have as a result of sitting."

Their solution? The combination of Envelop and Embody—an easy, coordinated way for you, your chair, desk, and technology to remain in alignment as you move through a range of postures. We call it "concordance." You'll call it moving in concert for comfort and health.