Working From Home? Improve Your Productivity and Sleep with Better Lighting!

Aug 26, 2020-On the down side, working from home might mean that you miss the water cooler conversations about the big game or the free cake in the lunch room to celebrate birthdays. But working from home has many advantages, including more control over your environment than you had at the office. See the guide below to learn how to use daylight and artificial lighting to improve not just your productivity but also your quality of sleep!

courtesy of designing lighting magazine, August 2020

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Dave Drumel