offscreen magazine

Offscreen gets better with age

I own every edition of Offscreen magazine. From its inception, I’ve followed Kai’s progress with it and looked forward to reading every single edition. I was sat yesterday reorganising my shelves and realised as I flicked through them that I began re-reading parts of them that I’d read before.

I noticed that as I was reading I was getting just as drawn in and excited as the first time I read them. It’s a rare thing to go back to some content and enjoy reading it for a second and third time, but that’s exactly what was happening.

That’s why I own every Offscreen.¬†It’s the fact that the content¬†gets better with age, like a fine wine, I guess.

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Head of Interaction Design at DigitalDWP.