Escaping the ‘Digital Workplace’: Technology for Humanity

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Cities are a space of fluid exchange and interaction, vital for millions of us in our work. Yet just as technology enables our liberation from the confines of the office and broadens our horizons, does it also threaten to imprison us in an omnipresent digital workplace? Technology must enable human connection, not substitute or erode it. New concepts in digital interface design may provide a solution. Presented in a 'PechaKucha' style at Green Capital's HotHouse event at the PowerHouse Museum in Sydney on 26th March, 2014. For notes and further reading, see http://rippleffectgroup.com/2014/04/09/escaping-the-digital-workplace/

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Escaping the ‘Digital Workplace’: Technology for Humanity

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