The fourth issue introduces a new, compact format, more pages and a bigger variety of features. Our interviewees in this issue are Australian surfer and CEO Dave Greiner, San Francisco based Designer Timoni West, Technical Director and bouzouki player Jeremy Keith, Tweetie and Letterpress creator Loren Brichter, New York entrepreneur Brad Smith and Shopify co-founder Daniel Weinand.
Co-founder of Campaign Monitor — on how his company grew out of a side-project, and why he’s flying his entire team to a resort in Fiji.
Independent UI Designer — on being a creative freelancer and co-founder in one, and moving from a remote farm to bustling San Francisco.
Technical Director at Clearleft — on playing the bouzouki, and why his job as Technical Director involves a lot of goofing off on the Internet.
Independent iOS Developer — on the success of developing iOS apps for millions of users, and building his own bed in the Apple parking lot.
Founder of Virb — on a failed startup that turned into a successful one, and why he wants us to quit waiting.
Co-founder of Shopify
on being in charge of making people happy, and why his friends call him a polymath.
Food for thought by Chris Bowler and Marc Thomas
From the diaries of pixel artists and code wizards: Steve Gilles, Cheryl Yau, Max Sebela, Aaron Weyenberg, Geri Coady
Keavy McMinn on conviction, failure and long-term success
Tyler Thompson in search of mystery, finds himself
Tobias van Schneider's desirable items for the modern web worker.
The people and stories behind successful web conferences: Chris Shiflett, Maxine Sherrin, Robert Eerhart, Eric Meyer, Marc Thiele, Simon Collison
The process behind Softfacade's stunning icons, by Dmitry Tsozik
Some of the lessons learned from years of freelancing: Brian Hoff, Sarah Parmenter, Wolfgang Bartelme, Keir Moffatt, Mike Kus
A look behind the scenes of the workspaces of digital creators: Kiva, Airbnb, Shopify, Minecraft, Gidsy, Fuzzco
About the challenges of growing into a real business: Vamos, Koken, bugherd, Geckoboard
A personal message to the web by Andy Pratt
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