Offscreen is an "old-fashioned" magazine in high-quality print, exploring the life and work of people that create websites and apps. We tell the less obvious human stories of creativity, passion and hard work that hide behind every interface. Find out more about why we believe putting pixel people on paper isn't as paradoxical as it may sound.
Each issue is built around six lengthy interviews with creative minds of successful websites, apps and other digital products. We talk to aspiring freelancers, renowned designers and developers, and innovative founders, and ask them about their professional and private lives, what inspires and motivates them, and what goes on behind the scenes of the makers of our digital lifestyles.
In Issue No11, UK government employee Mark Hurrell talks about designing functional websites without big bangs or big dramas; Joyce Kim connects the dots between human rights and digital currencies; 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.