Monday, October 15, 2007

Ophthalmologists Online

It's live.

At long last, glaucoma is up for the world to see. The site is a patient-friendly resource that helps educate those suffering from glaucoma, their families, and even referring doctors.

It's several sites in one, as there are 4 different viewing options. Considering the site from the audience's perspective, Trampoline researched glaucoma and found that some patients have an easier time reading white letters on a dark background, others the reverse. The new site offers options for both, as well as answers to frequently asked questions and information on Glaucoma Consultants of the Capital Region, the office that asked Trampoline to create the site.

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