I'm reading an article about innovative design tooling from the perspective of divergence and convergence. Everything had been pretty much straightforward until I stumbled upon this "RSI" abbreviation. The context is as follows:
"The declarative example is neat, composable and super readable; the imperative one messy and full of manual array shuffling. This might seem tangential to the example of our poor junior designer copying & pasting artboards until RSI sets in, but it’s an important headspace to be in whilst considering our design tooling."
The only guesses I can come up with are the relative strength index and Research Science Institute. I will greatly appreciate if someone could shed the light on this.