Wallpapers Designed to Get You Off Your Phone

Wallpapers Designed to Get You Off Your Phone

Designer Molly McLeod created wallpapers that combat our habit of constantly looking at our devices

Daniela Walker
  • 16 march 2015

There is a definite irony in using your phone’s wallpaper as a reminder to get off your phone. But designer Molly McLeod, who is currently a fellow at Code for America, decided that a certain irony was needed, and was an effective way for her to combat her own phone-use habits. So, she created five playful smartphone wallpapers that use the available real estate on a smartphone’s screen to remind people that there is more to life than their phones.

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