Got a Glaring Problem? How to Fix Glare in Workspaces

Glare is not only annoying and distracting— but it can also be bad for your health. In addition to being a major contributor to eyestrain and headaches, glare can also cause back or neck strain if we’re unwittingly adjusting our posture in order to get a more comfortable view of the task at hand. Think... Continue Reading →

Not all Lighting is Created Equal: Choosing between Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Task Lighting

When developing a comprehensive lighting plan, it’s easy to overlook the role of task lighting. Task lighting varies from ambient (general office) lighting in that it provides the necessary, focused light for a particular task, such as reading, computing, and note-taking. One important factor to consider when determining the appropriate level of task lighting is... Continue Reading →

How to Shop for a Task Light

There’s no shortage of options when it comes to shopping for task lighting fixtures. A quick Google search for ‘desk lighting’ will produce an infinite amount of options for nearly any taste or style preference. However, a purchase decision should not be made on aesthetic considerations alone. Task lighting can influence productivity, support general wellness,... Continue Reading →

Understanding light and power product certifications

We’ve all been there- tempted by those almost too-good-to-be-true value-priced alternatives when shopping for electronics and appliances online. You know the ones that look exactly like the leading brand names and feature the same specifications for a fraction of the price? Sometimes you can get lucky and score a deal on a knock-off product that... Continue Reading →

Control Operational Costs with Occupancy Sensors

The LightCorp customer service team often fields questions about vacancy and occupancy sensors-- such as what they do, what’s the difference between them, and why they are useful. This blog post aims to provide you with some useful background knowledge about this highly-sought-after lighting feature. What are occupancy and vacancy sensors? To begin, occupancy and... Continue Reading →

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