7 design principles for more humanistic technology

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The current state of digital hangover — Eva Le Saux Madezo

Technology is so deeply ingrained in people’s lives that it now produces numerous toxic side effects. More and more people begin to realise it and are trying a digital detox, but they are not the only ones. Even tech giants start to address the topic of digital wellbeing.

Google and Apple, for instance, both released a set of tools at the beginning of the year, acknowledging, ironically, the addictive problems induced by technology.

The information age gave us a digital hangover full of distractions, anxiety and addiction issues and in this regard, digital wellbeing is emerging as a potential cure: technology that improves life and fosters healthy habits. …


Quentin Parizot

Head of Product @convelio — Product Designer (UX/UI)

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