Design Partner at Google Ventures — on making a burning fox an iconic brand, the similarities of game and iOS design, and guiding startups as a creative advisor.
Vice-President of Products, Adobe — on his career start at Wired Magazine, vice-presidenting vs. running a startup, and his never-ending search for flow.
Co-founder/editor at The Verge — on his low tolerance for journalistic bullshit, cracking up Jimmy Fallon, and spending his bar-mitzvah money on video games.
Co-founder of Big Cartel — on his passion for music, and building a sustainable, bootstrapped business as an artist who happens to make software.
Director for Int'l Development, Tumblr — on celebrating the fall of a wall, heading up the internationalisation of Tumblr, and being a transatlantic commuter.
Co-founder/Partner at Teehan+Lax — on the challenges of setting a vision for his agency, being a pioneer of online journalism, and wearing Cosby sweaters.
Food for thought by
Ash Huang and
Connor Tomas O’Brien
From the diaries of pixel artists and code wizards:
Kate Kiefer Lee,
How Greg and Joel built a digital business on analogue nostalgia.
The desks of San Francisco photographed by Ike Edeani:
Julie Ann Horvath
Four perspectives on the idea of work-life balance:
Melanie Daveid's desirable items for the modern web worker.
How Paul and Jamie's tool for better web typography went from side project to being acquired.
A look behind the scenes of the workspaces of digital creators:
SND CYN Studios,
How growing companies build extraordinary teams:
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