You might have noticed things are looking a bit different around here at the Reading Glasses Shopper blog. Not to worry – your glasses aren’t smudged, and your prescription hasn’t changed.
We’re thrilled to launch our blog redesign, featuring a brand new name:
After listening to feedback from our customers, loyal readers, and social followers, our new look is designed to better cater to our number one priority — you! We’re still bringing you the same quality content as before, but with an easier-to-navigate layout that’s much morte inviting. After all, you are apart of the family, and you’re welcome to come back and visit anytime.
Here are a few of our favorite new features:
- Navigation icons.
Searching for that perfect fall drink, how to relieve eyestrain, or stylish new readers? Click on one of the clever icons at the top of the page, and we’ll take you straight to your favorite information category. From Good Reads to Quotes and Inspirations, we’ve got you covered!
- Eye Health Guide.
We’re making it easier for you to access the latest in eye care, by featuring our all-inclusive Eye Health Guide at the left hand side of the blog. With helpful tips on topics ranging from buying your children glasses to caring for your readers, it really is news you can use — so be sure to check it out!
- Social Buttons.
Are you following us yet on Facebook? How about on Twitter? Did you know that we also have a Pinterest and Google+? Our new social buttons on the blog make it even easier for you to connect with us and share us with your friends. We absolutely love hearing from you!
- Overall appearance.
Have you met our graphic designer, Moriya? She’s the mastermind behind this DIY Post Ledge, and she’s the artist behind our smart new look. We wanted to create a place where you can escape from work pressures, busy schedules, and never-ending to-dos. Hopefully you feel those friendly, relaxing vibes coming through your computer screen.
There you have it! Be sure to check back regularly for new posts.
And remember, always be sure to read The Fine Print. ;)