This is a relatively small, but very powerful social media campaign from Mind team highlighting the importance of reporting mental health topics appropriately.
I personally find it fascinating how leading industry festivals are finally opening to share their sessions for free or for a small, affordable fee this year.
Here is my response to the Social Dilemma docudrama with useful links to more reviews, trusted people and digital wellbeing tips for people working with children and youth. Let me know what is missing…
Making knowledge fun and easy to access? Here is an example!
We spend so much time discussing the negative impact of technology on our lives that we tend to forget about its benefits. So today, I would like you to stop for a moment of wonder.
People often ask me why I am so open about my emotions online, even as a coach and counsellor. Here is why – my vulnerability helps me heal.
Today I would like to look at a common assumption in our approach to digital wellbeing – the notion of separate reality online and offline.
Today I would like to share a project called “Black Bristol”. It is an online interactive timeline featuring the history of Black people in the Bristol area. The website launched yesterday so I strongly encourage you to check it out and get involved.
The Upfest VR brings the artworks of many well-known street artists to the Virtual Reality this year and it opens today.
New York Times is well known for its fantastic use of digital tools for transmedia (i.e. cross-platform) storytelling. Raising awareness about important topics via AR works really well because it is simple, immersive and very personal.