Phone Life Balance

Defining Digital Wellbeing

Defining Digital Wellbeing

In this latest post, Georgie Powell takes some time to define Digital Wellbeing and its key components.

Apps Designed for Happiness

Apps Designed for Happiness

It’s time to start thinking about new models for the future of technology. How can we move on from an attention - based economy to one motivated by positive social change? Here’s an idea - design and reward apps for happiness….

The 'Real' Like Button

The 'Real' Like Button

What if there was a ‘real’ like button…. one where we got to secretly post how social media updates made us feel? Social networks could understand more about whether or not their users were happy or sad, and we’d learn a thing or two about ourselves as well….

The Secrets we Keep - the loss of balance in our 24/7 world

The Secrets we Keep - the loss of balance in our 24/7 world

For many of our users - particularly the Busy Bees - work life balance is so closely related to phone/life balance, and it's time for an open and frank conversation about the life we really want to live. In this article from The Australian, we get just that.

The problem with Digital Wellness - a cautionary tale

The problem with Digital Wellness - a cautionary tale

As digital wellbeing gathers momentum, it’s likely that more and more people will become aware of what constitute ‘good’ versus ‘bad’ apps. But in this blog we argue that even the ‘good' apps can come at a cost, as we lose touch with ourselves, and our ability to own our time.