Offscreen Magazine Issue 21 includes ...
Kim Goodwin The leadership coach believes effective human-centred design requires better decision-making – not pixel-pushing.
James Bridle Rise against the machines: the artist and writer warns of a future clouded and dominated by technology.
Renée DiResta The research pioneer who helps to expose the spread of disinformation and conspiracy theories on social media.
Nathan Schneider Making work work for all: the cooperative model as an alternative to the robber-baron tech economy.
Offscreen is a high-quality, independent print magazine with an in-depth look at the life and work of people that use the internet to be creative and build successful businesses. Explore what's happening behind the scenes of popular websites, apps and other tech products through thoughtful interviews and honest, first-person stories.