Lifehacker founder Gina Trapani looks back on her motivation for starting one of the web’s most successful blogs; digital strategist Sarah Bray presents a more human-centred approach for how to conduct business (and life) online; and Kill Screen founder and videogame aficionado Jamin Warren explores the relationship between computer games, the arts, psychology, and society.
- Yancey Strickler. Co-founder and CEO of Kickstarter — on the importance of being deterministic, his defiance to become the ‘Walmart of crowdfunding’, and his all-time favourite Kickstarter project.
- Gina Trapani. Founder Lifehacker/Co-founder ThinkUp — on what it’s like to build one of the web’s most successful blogs, how 9/11 influenced her career, and her attempt to make social media more meaningful.
- Sarah Bray. Digital Strategist, Author — on what it means to treat people like people on the internet, the power of tiny communities, and why we need more honesty in our marketing tactics.
- Jamin Warren. Founder of Kill Screen — on why videogames deserve more cultural recognition, the strange power of ‘magic circles’, and what jazz, comics, hip-hop, and games have in common.
- Thoughts — Food for thought by Anne Sage and Sharon Steed
- May I Ask — Bruce Schneier answers our questions about security, online identity and privacy.
- Reality-Driven Design — UI designer Francesco Kirchhoff travels to Ebola-stricken Liberia and discovers a different (design) reality.
- Designer Mantras — Scottish product designer Robbie Manson shares his guiding principles.
- Rules of Business — Guiding principles for doing business, by Ciarán O’Leary.
- Gear Guide — Accessories for the modern web worker, by Jessica Tong.
- Workspace — Yelp, TripAdvisor, Pixelmator, Heroku
- and much more