Is today’s instant access digital world killing our future storytelling experience?

We all love to tell a story. Photo by Phil Coffman on Unsplash

Picture the scene. Whilst at work, myself and my co-workers are discussing our memories of buying our first music CD single. “What’s yours Paul?”, my colleague asked. So, I began to tell my story…

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UI & UX Designer. Passionate about design, health & fitness and wellbeing.

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