Why Young Parents Are Embracing Analog Playtime

Why Young Parents Are Embracing Analog Playtime
Design

Morocco-based toy company shares parenting insights on the role of tactile play and craftsmanship appreciation.

Plus Aziz
  • 13 november 2013

A group of analog toy making companies are growing in as parents seek to counter-balance the overwhelming hegemony of the screen. Companies such as Tegu, Play Forever Toys, Huzi Design, or Norman & Jules are focused on making durable, classic toys that have an aura of nostalgia. Others are focused on impacting the world positively. For example, Tegu, which sources its wood from an independent factory in Honduras, supports a business model that supports  local Honduran cooperatives.

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