Did you know that you can use Photodon's quality screen protectors for more than protecting your digital devices? Do you have a unique project? It’s amazing what our screen protectors can be used for if you just think outside of the box a little bit.
We had a customer who wanted to decorate a wall in her home with a vintage window frame. She envisioned floating pictures inside of each windowpane. Using a screen protector was not originally in her scope of options, but she was out of ideas when nothing else panned out. After consulting with our team, together they came up with a solution for her. Take a look. The result turned out fantastically!
Whether you use a drawing tablet for work or for play, the stylus may cause damage to your screen. Photodon carries several popular screen protectors for drawing tablets, which not only help protect your investment but can enhance your drawing experience. In fact, we've had many customers tell us that they love their tablet even more with one of Photodon's screen protectors installed.
While so much depends on personal preference and drawing habits, here is some information based on customer feedback we've received to help determine which film type might work best for you.
Ergonomists — those who are concerned with providing the safest environment for workers — know that long-term computer use can lead to serious health hazards. Staring at a monitor screen for hours on end can be irritating to a worker's eyes causing headaches, fatigue, eye strain, and even long-term eye damage.
Here are some helpful tips to make viewing a computer screen for long periods of time more ergonomically-friendly, which may, in turn, create a safer and more productive environment for the workplace.
Cut out the glare and reduce your eye strain!
“Eye strain does not have serious or long-term consequences, but it can be disruptive and unpleasant” says the Mayo Clinic. “It can make you tired and reduce your ability to concentrate.”
Eye strain (also known as asthenopia) is caused by overuse of the eyes. Activities such as reading for long periods of time, or focusing too long on a computer screen or on other tedious visual tasks are some of the common culprits contributing to wide-spread asthenopia. We hear from many people about the eye strain they experience caused by staring at the computer screen for too long, which leads to a condition known as Computer Vision Syndrome (or CVS).
Visual health can be negatively affected when eyes are exposed to long periods of glare from monitors or other electronic devices. Many people are not aware that their eyes are being hit with glare from their screen. The result can be unexplained headaches and eye fatigue. In fact, headaches are a chief complaint amongst some of our customers who are looking for anti-glare solutions. Long-term damage to the eye can also occur when it is constantly exposed to glare on a screen.
Here are ten ways to help reduce glare on your screen, which will, in turn, promote eye health.
Check for screen surface reflections by looking into your screen with the monitor off. When the monitor is on, the reflections may not be as apparent These reflections can obscure the screen image you want to see, causing unnecessary distractions and eye-strain. Observe and implement as many of these glare reduction ideas as possible: