What Digital Product Designers can learn from the Japanese Culture

When it comes to navigating digital complexity and drawing inspiration from the traditional culture, the Japanese know exactly what they are doing. We wanted to discover what we, as Scandinavian designers, could learn from Japanese design and culture. So we, from Design Matters, spent five days in Tokyo to find new perspectives on digital design.

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Editor of DeMagSign, Head of Brand & Comms at Design Matters. Interested in design, society, and culture.

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Giorgia Lombardo

Giorgia Lombardo

Editor of DeMagSign, Head of Brand & Comms at Design Matters. Interested in design, society, and culture.

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