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.
- Mark Hurrell. Designer at the UK government — on functional minimalism, what critical art practice taught him about the design process, and how geek culture ruins everything.
- Joyce Kim. Director at Stellar — on what she learned in the Ivy League, using technology to avoid dystopia, and bringing financial literacy to the unbanked.
- Khoi Vinh. Designer, blogger, entrepreneur — on the legacy of having worked for The New York Times, futuristic creation devices, and the realities of growing older on the web.
- Björn Jeffery. Co-Founder of Toca Boca — on play for the sake of play, adapting to US business culture, and the challenges of selling kids’ apps to adults.
- Kris Piotrowski. Co-Founder of Capybara Games — on being stuck in The Swamp, how music informs his design process, and what video games can teach us about empathy.
- Dave Pell. Writer, Blogger, Investor — on the newsworthiness of news, living a dual life as a writer and investor, and why email was and always will be the killer app.
- A Day In The Life Of — Spend a day with Tobias Bæck and Kim Wouters.
- May I Ask — Dan Grover answers questions about his life as an app designer in China.
- Inbox Pro — Peter Cooper is a writer, programmer, and publisher. He makes a living sending emails.
- The Web: How I See It — Raam Dev is a writer, thinker, and programmer. He shares with us his view of the state of the web.
- Rules of Business — Guiding principles for doing business, by Pip Jamieson.
- Gear Guide — Accessories for the modern web worker, by Shawn Blanc
- Workspace — YOOtheme, Essence, Connectivity LA , Chartboost, Appboy
- and much more