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He also urged staff to think of the future, as the industry had “been in this mess for a while”. “

You need to be a little bit smarter about your approach to things.”

He also urged staff to think of the future, as the industry had “been in this mess for a while”. 

“We’re in this really challenging time and we’ve got a new generation of creatives coming through that we need to understand,” he said.

He also suggested staff should get rid of their iPhones and laptops.””

The industry is going to have to make the best decisions for the future.” 

He also suggested staff should get rid of their iPhones and laptops.

“I would really encourage people to get rid, because these things are very much a burden to carry,” he added.

Mr Karras said a good design should look like it is “out there” in the world, and the best place to find inspiration is online.

He said the digital era was “one of the most exciting times in our history”, but said it needed to be “balanced”.

“We’ve got lots of new ideas, new technologies that are out there that we haven’t thought of yet,” he told the BBC.

The ABC’s Steve Jones is reporting from Sydney, and has been in the city to cover the coronavirus pandemic.