'Back Office' is an annual review, encompassing graphic design and digital activities. It explores the creative processes at work in the diverse fields of contemporary media and digital practices. The first issue, called 'Making do, Making with' questions the notion of tools, instruments, and machines within design context. With contributions by Lev Manovich, Eric Schrijver, Etienne Robial, Thomas Bouville & David Vallance, among others.
“Cultural Software” by Lev Manovich
“Photoshop, a Visual Synthesizer?” by Manon Bruet
“Hacker Culture and the Fear of WYSIWYG” by Eric Schrijver
“Re-typographe” by Thomas Bouville & David Vallance
“Thanks for Nothing, Adobe!”, interview with Etienne Robial
“Tool and Method” by Pierre-Damien Huyghe
“Getting a Technology to Take a Step Forward”, interview with Pierre-Damien Huyghe
“Working with Digital Machines” by Sophie Fétro
“Licenses to Heal” by Frank Adebiaye
“Turbulence in the Cloud” by Nicolas Taffin
“Muriel Cooper, Information Landscapes” by Nolwenn Maudet
“Monoïde”, interview with Raphaël Bastide
“Workshop #01—Vectors”, interview with Signes
“Free Workshops”, interview with Outils Libres Alternatifs
144 p, ills colour & bw, 19 x 28 cm, pb, French/English
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