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An aim of ergonomics is to design workplaces, systems, products, and tools, to accommodate human variability. Paradoxically however, conventional analytic techniques focus on average behaviour. This paper illustrates the importance of considering individual differences in movement kinematics through an examination of the wrist postures adopted during the use of two different pointing devices. An implication of these data is that the introduction of an alternate pointing device such as adoi:10.1016/s0169-8141(00)00013-5 fatcat:awrbmfthb5cpnixmewlpx7zz2e