Offscreen Magazine – Issue 10

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In Offscreen Issue No10, our anniversary issue, Amit Gupta tells his colourful life story as entrepreneur, photographer, and cancer survivor; New York-based installation artist Zach Gage shows us that art and games are closely related — at least for him.

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Non-profit CEO Iris Lapinski makes the case for an education reform driven, but not conditioned by technology; tech journalist Om Malik chronicles the startup scene, from dot-com bust to the new heydays; Behance founder Scott Belsky explores the future of creativity and business in a mobile world; and Andrew Kim gives us insight into his role as an up-and-coming product designer at Microsoft.

Interviewees

  • Amit Gupta. Founder of Photojojo — on combining business and fun, the value of hidden dinosaurs, and how the Internet helped save his life.
  • Zach Gage. Artist/Game Developer — on exploring systems through art, the struggles of an indie game developer, and why poker remains a triumph in game design.
  • Iris Lapinski. Founder of Apps for Good — on changing the behaviour of teachers, the similarities between coding and pottery classes, and real-world problem-solving for kids.
  • Om Malik. Founder of Gigaom — on becoming one of the first tech news blogger, being at the epicentre of the dot-com bust, and the value of short attention spans.
  • Scott Belsky. Co-Founder of Behance — on the synergies of creativity and business, recipes for making ideas happen, and transitioning from startup to Adobe.
  • Andrew Kim. Product Designer at Microsoft — on overnight fame, the risks of surface-level craftsmanship, and Microsoft’s future design challenges.

Contributors

  • Thoughts — Food for thought by Ivana McConnell and Greg Hoy
  • A Day In The Life Of — Anton Herasymenko, Fiona Chan, Jed Schmidt, Karolina Szczur
  • Feature — Alex Klein tells the story behind Kano, the next generation of personal computers.
  • Startup Briefs — Four startups present their ideas and aspirations for success. Cat Noone from Liberio, Jamie Stuart from onebillion, Hans Jørgen Wiberg from Be My Eyes, Leigh Middleton from Cura TV.
  • Agency Profile — A look back at ten years of Brighton-based agency Clearleft, by Andy Budd.
  • Rules of Business — Guiding principles for doing business by Stewart Butterfield.
  • Founder Story — Leila Janah is adding social impact to outsourcing, with Samasource.
  • Gear Guide — by Sebastian Waters
  • Creative Process — The various paths to successful creative output. Ally Long, Eric E. Anderson, Jesse Dodds, Laura Kalbag
  • Workspace — Zendesk, SoundCloud, Microsoft, NeueHouse.
  • and much more

Non-profit CEO Iris Lapinski makes the case for an education reform driven, but not conditioned by technology; tech journalist Om Malik chronicles the startup scene, from dot-com bust to the new heydays; Behance founder Scott Belsky explores the future of creativity and business in a mobile world; and Andrew Kim gives us insight into his role as an up-and-coming product designer at Microsoft.

Interviewees

  • Amit Gupta. Founder of Photojojo — on combining business and fun, the value of hidden dinosaurs, and how the Internet helped save his life.
  • Zach Gage. Artist/Game Developer — on exploring systems through art, the struggles of an indie game developer, and why poker remains a triumph in game design.
  • Iris Lapinski. Founder of Apps for Good — on changing the behaviour of teachers, the similarities between coding and pottery classes, and real-world problem-solving for kids.
  • Om Malik. Founder of Gigaom — on becoming one of the first tech news blogger, being at the epicentre of the dot-com bust, and the value of short attention spans.
  • Scott Belsky. Co-Founder of Behance — on the synergies of creativity and business, recipes for making ideas happen, and transitioning from startup to Adobe.
  • Andrew Kim. Product Designer at Microsoft — on overnight fame, the risks of surface-level craftsmanship, and Microsoft’s future design challenges.

Contributors

  • Thoughts — Food for thought by Ivana McConnell and Greg Hoy
  • A Day In The Life Of — Anton Herasymenko, Fiona Chan, Jed Schmidt, Karolina Szczur
  • Feature — Alex Klein tells the story behind Kano, the next generation of personal computers.
  • Startup Briefs — Four startups present their ideas and aspirations for success. Cat Noone from Liberio, Jamie Stuart from onebillion, Hans Jørgen Wiberg from Be My Eyes, Leigh Middleton from Cura TV.
  • Agency Profile — A look back at ten years of Brighton-based agency Clearleft, by Andy Budd.
  • Rules of Business — Guiding principles for doing business by Stewart Butterfield.
  • Founder Story — Leila Janah is adding social impact to outsourcing, with Samasource.
  • Gear Guide — by Sebastian Waters
  • Creative Process — The various paths to successful creative output. Ally Long, Eric E. Anderson, Jesse Dodds, Laura Kalbag
  • Workspace — Zendesk, SoundCloud, Microsoft, NeueHouse.
  • and much more
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