Increasingly businesses are engaging with the need to establish policies surrounding the use of technology and especially mobile devices within their areas of activity. In what has been described as a bold move, a bookstore in London, Liberia, has declared itself a ‘digital detox zone’, banning its customers from using mobile phones and tablets within the shop.
“The rule isn’t enforced in a draconian way, but we do want to create a welcoming space away from digital overload,” Libreria’s Paddy Butler (Via BBC).
How do you feel as a consumer being asked to not use your mobile device in any commercial space? Does it make a difference that it’s a bookshop? Are there any other spaces which seem more befitting such policies?
(This post comes from our Designing Deeper blog)
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