For many of us, the first signs of the effects that coronavirus was going to have on the world came near the end of February, as events such as SXSW and GDC (Game Developers Conference) began to be cancelled. From then on, everything accelerated at a bewildering pace. At first, creatives were encouraged to work from home, then forced to. Soon freelancers were having their commissions cancelled, while employees faced being laid off– not to mention magazines, including Computer Arts, being unceremoniously terminated.
It’s been a whirlwind, and as we go to press for our final issue, it’s impossible to predict where the creative industries will be by the time this magazine is in your hands. But one thing’s for sure: throughout everything the level of support creatives have shown each other has been heartwarming.
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