How The Internet Has Formed New Mental Conditions

How The Internet Has Formed New Mental Conditions

A designer explores how our internet addiction has affected our mental health

Jiwon Kim
  • 15 july 2016

In this new era, we are constantly bombarded with opportunities to dive into all sorts of information. Social media and mindless browsing undoubtedly take up a good chunk of our time. Besides wasting our time, David McCandless is a writer and designer who believes that the internet also somewhat diminishes our mental health. Therefore, he undertook a project called Intermental to name and explain mental conditions from internet use.

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