Offscreen is a periodical with an in-depth look at the life and work of digital creators — captured in enduring print. It tells the less obvious human stories of creativity, passion and hard work that hide behind every interface.
USD 20.00 — Released 10 August 2016
In Issue 15 we asked professional futurist Amy Webb about how to think meaningfully about the future; 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.
Join this bustling community of magazine lovers.