Infographics

An infographic that discusses the widespread need of vision care
75% of Americans need some form of vision correction. Get a better understanding of the widespread need of vision care, the impact it has on the economy and how routine vision plays a critical role in the early detection of many chronic health conditions.
An infographic that talks about digital eyestrain, which occurs after prolonged screen use
With the increasing use of digital devices, many individuals suffer from eye discomfort after prolonged screen use. This is known as digital eye strain. Learn more about the prevalence of digital eye strain among Americans.
An infographic that talks about eye wellness in the workplace
Computer vision syndrome, vision fatigue, digital eye strain. No matter what you call it, if you stare at a computer or digital device for more that a few hours a day, you are susceptible to long term vision problems.
An infographic that discusses eye health in older adults such as how many develop various eye diseases as they age
Millions of Americans experience some form of vision loss, including seniors. Learn more about how they're affected in our infographic.
An infographic that describes the costs of life luxuries, such as eating out, traveling, and more
Did you know that taking care of one of your most important senses costs less than a daily cup of coffee? See more price comparisons in our infographic.
Preview of an infographic about online shopping trends
Technology has changed nearly every aspect of how consumers interact with brands, and most drastically, their shopping habits. Here are the seven things you need to know about online shopping trends and routine vision.
An infographic that talks about 10 tips that contact lens wearers can use to help their everyday lives
Serious eye infections can lead to blindness and affect up to one out of every 500 contact lens users every year. These infections, even when minor, can be painful and disruptive to everyday life. Here are some tips to help care for your eyes when wearing contacts.