All tagged digital culture
It is no secret that kids spend a great deal of their time online, but what does this mean for parents, and should they be doing anything about it? This essay will provide some insight into some common misconceptions often made in relation to generations and digital technology.
In his customer engagement manual Hooked: How to build habit-forming products, behaviourist Nir Eyal describes the various triggers that interface designers deploy to render online environments more habit-forming.
Time on Instagram is always presented as supplementary information. When an image or video is posted to the newsfeed or story section of an Instagram account, the pictorial and/or audiovisual content of the post is its primary tool for communication.
“In the fast-paced context of the human-reared digital age, we must take into account that this environment is laced with the sensory-demanding outputs of digital culture and technology”