Infographic: DIY Guide to Adjusting Your Glasses

Feb 26, 2014 by     No Comments    Posted under: Educational, Fashion
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This infographic was submitted to us by Zenni.

This is a great guide for anyone hoping to adjust their glasses to fit better throughout the day!

One problem area: “When One Lens is Higher or Lower Than the Other”. The first “The Problem:” states that the left lens is higher than the right lens, and shows to how fix it. But the second “The Problem:” simply stats “One lens is lower than the other,” which could apply to the one above (since of course, if one lens is higher than the other, it means the other lens is lower). The “Solution:” for that second box goes on to describe a situation where the left lens is lower than the right, so the caption in the second “The Problem:” should be “The left lens is lower than the right lens.”

That section is also missing “The Problem:” above the large section header, as all other sections have it.

The next section gets a bit redundant when it describes “If the left lens is farther in” and “If the left lens is farther out” but then also describes how to fix “If the right lens is farther in” and “If the right lens is farther out.” Again, if the left lens is farther out, that means the right lens is farther in, so the solutions are the same. The infographic should decide whether it wants to describe fixes in this manner (perhaps over-explaining) or in the manner of the previous section, “When One Lens is Higher or Lower Than the Other.”

So in all this is a good guide, but has a few consistency issues that should be addressed so that the guide can be more efficient for its viewers. For this reason, I’d give it a B.



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