Professor Sonia Livingstone shares her insights on the decades of research that analyses the impact of technology on children. In this episode, Sonia debunks some widely held beliefs and brings us up to date with the most current thinking.
Google's Jeni Miles talks to Digital Mindfulness about the use of persuasive technologies to build meaningful app experiences and the hidden techniques app makers use to help people fulfil their goals.
Google's Scott Jenson talks to us about bringing the company's Digital Wellbeing vision to life, and the potential of a mindful approach to technology can improve the quality of digital interactions for everyone
Robert Plotkin, founder of Technology for Mindfulness, talks to us about the intersection of mindfulness and digital technology, and the potential to improve our lives by incorporating more mindfulness in our everyday digital lives
Lawrence Ampofo from Digital Mindfulness speaks on Control Talk Now about the application of digitally mindful buildings. What is the potential for mindful buildings to impact the quality of our lives? What is the economic benefit? Lawrence discusses all this and more with hosts Ken and Eric
Laura Willis, co-founder of Shine Offline talks with Digital Mindfulness about the relationships big companies have with technologies and how they can vastly improve the performances of their teams by rethinking the 'always-on' culture.
Ken Sinclair, founder of Automated Buildings, talks to Lawrence Ampofo about the potential for buildings to become more digitally mindful to improve the lives of people who are more connected and work from multiple locations.
Jeremy McCarthy from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group talks to Lawrence Ampofo about the growing area of digital wellness and how the combined efforts of people around the world promise to improve the digitised lives of everyone.
Digital Strategist and Wim Hof Method teacher Níall Ó Murchú talks with Lawrence on the show about the powerful benefits of the Wim How practice, and how they enable him to lead a better and more intentional digitised life
Author and Journalist Catherine Price joins the Digital Mindfulness show to discuss the nature of addictive and persuasive technologies and how we can develop better relationships with our digital devices.