Web Standards grandmaster Eric A. Meyer lays out an approach for building a more compassionate web experience; British entrepreneur Pip Jamieson shares the challenges of launching a ‘LinkedIn for Creatives’ – twice; and freelance coach Paul Jarvis makes a case for designing work around life, not vice versa.
- Amy Webb. Founder of the Future Today Institute — on the role of futurism during the Cold War, her algorithm for finding love, and why businesses can’t afford not to think about the future in meaningful ways.
- Eric A. Meyer: Web Consultant, Author — on his tenacious advocacy work for a more accessible web, how to design with compassion, and coping with the tragic loss of his daughter.
- Pip Jamieson. Founder of The Dots — on houseboat-living on the canals of London, starting up twice, and her impassioned efforts for more diversity in the creative industries.
- Paul Jarvis. Freelancer, Author, Consultant — on how ‘good anger’ is great for productivity, sales pitches powered by pet rats, and his approach to shaping work around life..
- Thoughts — Food for thought by Natasha Lampard and Aimee Chou
- A Day In The Life Of — Spend a day with Ahmed Magdi and Sarah Hui.
- May I Ask — Katherine Isbister answers our questions on the emotional and social impact of video games.
- A Newsletter Manifesto — Making business newsletters better out of respect for the reader, by Michael Rill.
- Code That Transforms — With Laboratoria, Mariana Costa Checa changes entire communities in South America by teaching underpriviledged women basic coding skills.
- Pushing the Envelope — Cardboard boxes and other packaging materials are a lucrative business opportunity for Lumi, by Stephan Ango.
- Gear Guide — Accessories for the modern web worker, by Ed Macovaz.
- Rules of Business — Guiding principles for doing business, by Claire Lew.
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