05.21.18

Johnson & Johnson Vision Launches New Corporate Website

Source: Johnson & Johnson Vision

Johnson & Johnson Vision announced the US launch of JJVISION.COM, which better connects its established online properties for consumers and eye care professionals, according to a company news release.

“Growing our online presence is one of many ways we’re aiming to elevate the importance of eye health,” Aldo Denti, Global Franchise Development Leader of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, said in a company news release. “The new site includes actionable information and convenient links to help people understand more about their eyes and work to preserve their sight for life.”

Through rich video content, high-resolution images, infographics and downloadable materials, the newly-launched JJVISION.COM highlights the following:

  • Innovation: The Johnson & Johnson Vision legacy of scientific collaboration and invention to address a broad spectrum of eye diseases. For example, a short video on contact lens innovation tells the story of eyelid stabilization, one of many innovations that ensures the high performance of Acuvue Brand Contact Lenses for patients with astigmatism. Another features insight that led to the first extended depth of focus intraocular lens for patients undergoing cataract surgery.
  • Products and Services: An overview of Johnson & Johnson Vision’s current product portfolio, featuring links to easily navigate to ACUVUE.COM, JNJVISIONPRO.COM, SURGICAL.JNJVISION.COM and SIGHTBOX.COM.
  • Education: Johnson & Johnson Vision’s commitment to professional education and collaboration through the Johnson & Johnson Institute and U.S. Vision to Action advocacy platform. An eye health checklist with tips for consumers is also available.
  • Caring and Giving: The company’s corporate responsibilities include efforts to improve global health, local communities and sustainability. This includes featured videos on two signature initiatives, Cure Blindness and Sight for Kids, as well as links to request charitable grants.

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