Collectable web mag Offscreen launches

As publications continue to rush to the internet and apps, Kai Brach has taken an opposing view. The Melbourne-based web designer has launched Offscreen, a new print-based venture that aims to offer an in-depth look into the life and work of people who create websites and apps. We spoke to Brach about the new publication and why he decided to concentrate on print.

.net: What’s the aim behind Offscreen?
Brach: First and foremost, the magazine wants to show the faces of digital products: the people behind the websites and apps we use every day; how they work and live; their stories. We want to show the personal side of bits and pixels and go beyond a typical ‘about’ section of a website.

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