Digital engineering company Nitor’s success as one of the best employers in Europe continues. Late last night, Nitor was chosen as Europe’s second best employer at the GPTW Gala in Athens. Earlier this year Nitor received the price for Finland’s best place to work. In the study, Nitor’s special ability to develop its business with a people-first approach was highlighted and Nitor also got a special Better for People award.
Your keyboard design is likely based on a 150 years old workaround – and I’m not referring to the QWERTY layout. The Sholes and Glidden typewriter was the first commercially successful typewriter. Its rows of buttons were staggered, so that the metal arms wouldn't get stuck. This constraint was removed with the introduction of electronic typewriters in early 1900s. It’s about time to design keyboards for humans.
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