Cultivating calm: a design philosophy for the digital age

Work by Sol LeWitt at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Photo by Eddo Hartmann

The design philosophy of cultivating calm

1. The foundation: a rich platform that exudes calm

2. The approach: the calm to catalyze

3. The growth: the calm within the storm

Cultivating calm

Creative director. Founder of design agency Momkai. Cofounder of journalism platform De Correspondent.

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Harald Dunnink

Harald Dunnink

Creative director. Founder of design agency Momkai. Cofounder of journalism platform De Correspondent.

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