What is the meaning behind the positioning of the QWERTY keyboard?
The QWERTY layout of today was not the original plan for the keyboard.
The earliest typewriters in the 1870s arranged the keys in more-or-less alphabetical order, or in a pattern derived from how typographers worked to typeset books and newspapers. But as typists got faster, the mechanical keys would jam up. To slow down typists and avoid jams, many of the most popular letters in English were moved to opposite sides of the keyboard, giving us the The QWERTY layout.
The Typesy Team