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  • Personal stationery grows in the wake of email fatigue
  • Personal stationery grows in the wake of email fatigue
    Ben Mullins (2018) ©
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Personal stationery grows in the wake of email fatigue

In an age of digital overload, the daily influx of targeted ads and an overflowing inbox are leaving people feeling more stressed than special. Stationary start-up Maurèle is providing an anecdote to generic email fatigue by helping people create meaningful touchpoints through personalised paper goods.

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