It’s Thursday, and what better way to celebrate by posting a Throwback Thursday! In May 2015 we were featured in Avenue Edmonton Magazine. Dr. Sarah Keep was interviewed about finding the perfect frame, that was both eye catching and fit perfectly. And even though trends come and go, the basic rules of finding a frame that will flatter and…
We were delighted to have CTV stop by the Vision by Design office as part of CTV Two’s segment, “Who Does That Job?”. Click to watch the video!
We live in an increasingly digital world, and it is commonplace to spend hours at a time staring at a digital screen; be it a smartphone, tablet or computer. Workers in western countries spend at least 7 hours a day using a computer, which is almost 2000 hours every year with their eyes staring at a computer screen at work.
Digital Eye Strain, or computer vision syndrome, is a temporary eye condition that occurs as the result of focusing the eyes on a digital display for extended, uninterrupted periods of time.
Studies have shown that sufferers of eyestrain’s productivity is impacted by their eye issues. Employees can use up to 15 minutes of work time a day as a result of digital eye strain, and the knock on effect for the company hits the bottom line. It is estimated that companies are losing more than $2,000 per year per affected employee.