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Our new project! #MindfulTech 👇🏽
For tech lovers who also want to be good humans. Workshops, retreats, online journal, podcast + a brand new meetup group. Launching winter 2018!
OUR NEW PROJECT: #MINDFULTECH
Mindful Technology is our new company. After years of watching people build technology that connects us to our devices, we decided to be a part of helping people build technology that helps to connect us to each other instead. OFFICIALLY LAUNCHING WINTER 2018
Values for building more mindful technology:
✨ design for human connection
✨ awaken the senses
✨ create utility or joy
✨ let the tech disappear
✨ design for disconnect
✨ build extensibly
✨ simplify – then simplify again
✨ narrow the digital divide
✨ make something the world needs
Liza Kindred founded Mindful Technology after 20+ years spent working with top brands in fashion + technology. After helping to develop wearable tech, she realized that she wanted to use her expertise to help build a world where technology helps humans connect to each other instead of devices.
She speaks globally about #mindfultech, has been written about by The New York Times, The Telegraph, and Entrepreneur Magazine, and has worked with clients ranging from VOGUE Magazine and Bergdorf Goodman to Amazon and Microsoft.