Temporary non-users like The Unplugged validates what we can learn from the absence of objects such as our phones, a perspective worth considering.
A place where we share our thoughts and stories written by some great authors we collaborate with, together with news from Mudita.
The work on Pure is progressing at a steady pace, we're excited to see your minimalist phone taking its final form!
Mudita Pure phone has been granted the Iron A' Design Award in Digital and Electronic Devices Design Category.
In this blogpost we will be publishing the latest updates about Breath development.
Introduction to zen meditation with Zen Master Alexander Poraj-Żakiel that will help you regain balance and focus on the present moment.
There are a lot of self-care habit tracking techniques out there. We wanted to share a few ideas to inspire you.
As a humane technology company, by providing solutions making users' everyday lives more mindful and slow, we’ve got slowness in our DNA.
We’ve decided to postpone the shipment of Mudita Pure and plan to start shipping in September/October 2020.
We are happy to inform you that our debut product campaign on Kickstarter was a success, exceeding our initial goal by 262%, thanks to more than 1,000 backers!
We want to thank all of you that follow and support Mudita. It shows us that our mission is shared by many people all over the world.
Personal experiences of the founder of Mudita had a major impact on the decision of establishing it. We asked Michal to tell his story in a short documentary.
Jadelin Pikake Felipe writes about her research on college students intentionally unplugging from cell phones, a minority group she calls The Unplugged.
The irreversible move, to delete my Facebook account instead of just deactivating it, had some consequences for my recent life which I wanted to share.
For many workers, it’s not unusual to be staring at a screen all day long. Spending this much time online, is hugely detrimental to your quality of life.
The reality is that these days living without technology seems almost impossible. Our phones have become an integral part of our lives.
One great way to help your child become a healthy, emotionally stable human being is by fostering their ability to be present. Mindfulness can help.
In your twenties, FOMO is being afraid of skipping that one party at the dorm or a dinner out with friends, in case it turns out to be a night to remember.
The feeling of being completely overwhelmed is a sure sign that you need to slow down! Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy your morning, your breakfast?
We’ve started spending more time indoors and even when we are outdoors we tend to use our mobiles extensively: we even check them while walking.