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Offscreen Magazine: Issue 17

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Issue 17

Tom Loosemore — Leveraging the power of technology to run government like a startup and create the public services we need.

Heather B. Armstrong — Love letters and hate mail: the emotional journey of publishing one of the web’s most successful blogs.

Jason Santa Maria — Good design is medium-agnostic: the design director finds common ground between digital and analogue.

Ashwini Asokan — The AI entrepreneur and advocate fights for a future that works for everyone, not just a privileged few.

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Offscreen Magazine: Issue 14

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For Issue No14 we had the pleasure of talking to Canadian photographer and app maker Lisa Bettany about her continual App Store success story; Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia tells us about the past, present, and future of a company that‘s forever changed the experience of travel; Professor of Game Design, Robin Hunicke, opens up about the highs and lows of making indie games; and mindfulness advocate Rohan Gunatillake gives practical advice for a healthy lifestyle that doesn’t shun technology.

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Offscreen Magazine: Issue 12

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In Issue No12, we take an insider’s look at Zendesk’s impressive growth with co-founder Alexander Aghassipour; ustwo co-creator Matt ‘Mills’ Miller shows us how to create a ‘fampany’ of 200 employees while putting fun first; travelling photographer and designer Dan Rubin examines his new career path – powered by Instagram; science geek Ariel Waldman calls on the web community to participate in space exploration; Basecamp co-founder Jason Fried defies the startup hype and makes a case for longevity in business; and the father of web standards, Jeffrey Zeldman, reflects on the web that was and the web that will be.

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Offscreen Magazine: Issue 11

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In Issue No. 11, UK government employee Mark Hurrell talks about designing functional websites without big bangs or big dramas; Joyce Kim connects the dots between human rights and digital currencies; Khoi Vinh gives us a frank assessment of his ever-changing career as designer, blogger, and entrepreneur; app maker Björn Jeffery makes his case for a new generation of digital toys on screens; Torontonian Kris Piotrowski reminisces about video games and the emotional ups and downs of making them; and Dave Pell shows us how to combine investing and sending emails to make a living.

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