Offline Matters is a handbook of radical strategies for today’s creative worker. The guide blows open the true state of today’s creative work where digital solutions are doctrine, overwork culture results in burnouts and ideas churn out into depressing marketing noise.
We are dreaming of offline. Not offline as a romanticised past, a punishment, quick detox or WiFi-free café. Offline is not a lifestyle, it is a space of possibility.
A wake-up call for the digital age, Offline Matters is pro-flourishing rather than anti-technology. Take this countercultural ride through an offline-first approach to creative work. From ideas that unlearn the limiting habits of most workplaces, to insider advice on avoiding clichés and reducing digital overwhelm. The book offers practical thoughts for a creative life that refuses to conform.
Sharp, intelligent and subversive, this book is an essential resource for any creative professional.