Does your neck hurt from looking down at your mobile device hours everyday? Do your hands tingle and cramp from using it or your computer? Are your eyes tired? Do emails, texts, and calls disrupt your workouts, your meals, personal time, and sleep?
Working in digital this article might be the antithesis of what we do, but it's also important as it reminds us why should control tech rather than let it control us. Easier said than done, we know but for a better work-life balance? It's probably worth it.
Companies like Google eBay and Barnes amp Noble are all integrating neuroscience discoveries into their web design. Here's how. (Can neuroscience and eyetracking help you design a website that attracts more customers?
Interesting read from Fast Company about what you can learn from analysing website user's eye tracking data. Eye tracking poses some challenges and opportunities for bricks and mortar retail businesses too.
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