Track Changes

Postlight is a digital product studio in NYC. We publish a newsletter and a podcast, and host lots of events. We're glad to talk-email hello@postlight.com or visit postlight.com

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Editors
Paul Ford

CEO, https://postlight.com, a digital product studio in NYC. Also writer, Medium advisor, programmer. Any port in a storm, especially ports 80 and 443.

Rich Ziade

Co-Founder at Postlight. Formerly of Arc90, Bay Ridge, Beirut.

Chris LoSacco

Managing Partner, http://Postlight.com. Formerly: Beatport, Arc90. Husband & father, vegan, New Yorker.

Meredith Franzese

Managing Partner, Postlight

Matt Quintanilla

Director of Product Design at @PostlightStudio. Special when lit.

Gina Trapani

Technology, culture, representation, and self-improvement. Once upon a time I started Lifehacker.

Skyler Balbus

lead product designer at http://postlight.com/ // cofounder of http://extra-mural.com // internet fan

editaudio

Podcast Producer and Audio Nerd. Passionate about getting marginalized voices heard. steph@editaud.io

Latest Posts

Design Matters

If you were building a skyscraper, you wouldn’t skip the architect

Scaling Ethics While Scaling Platforms

Zuckerberg can smoke his own meat, but can he keep us on Facebook?

Tech Companies as Caretakers

What happens when we outsource our emotional and social labor?

Transcript: Dealing With Cycles: A Conversation with Michael Shaoul

The transcript for Track Changes episode 134, a conversation with Michael Shaoul on understanding business cycles

Dealing With Cycles: A Conversation with Michael Shaoul

How to understand the narrative around markets

We’re Honored: Fast Company’s Innovation By Design Awards

One of the first bullets of the Postlight mission statement is Drive With Design. How we think about product touches every part of the work…

Going Off Script: A Conversation on SDKs

When Software Design is Like Playing With Legos

Bad Blood: A Conversation on Megalomania in Silicon Valley

We talk about Theranos and how easily the world was deceived

Getting Creative with Marketing: Rick Webb on Agencies

From Subservient Chicken to Renowned Author

Transcript: The Innovator’s Dilemma

The transcript for Track Changes, Episode 130: a conversation on competing with the Googles and Amazons of the world.

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