December 29th, 2011
“Most Innovative Companies: Zynga” (March 2011)
Mark Pincus, Zynga’s founder and CEO, gives the author a tour of “the San Francisco company’s colorful, dog-friendly Potrero Hill headquarters at a brisk trot, showing off the huddles of engineers and designers who self-assemble into the 13 ‘studios’ that run Zynga’s 11 insanely popular online games. So far, not one person has seemed remotely startled when their boss appears at their elbow and excitedly prompts them to show a perfect stranger their work, or, for that matter, to introduce their actual dog.” (photo by: Art Streiber)
This is from earlier in the year, but still charms.

“Most Innovative Companies: Zynga” (March 2011)

Mark Pincus, Zynga’s founder and CEO, gives the author a tour of “the San Francisco company’s colorful, dog-friendly Potrero Hill headquarters at a brisk trot, showing off the huddles of engineers and designers who self-assemble into the 13 ‘studios’ that run Zynga’s 11 insanely popular online games. So far, not one person has seemed remotely startled when their boss appears at their elbow and excitedly prompts them to show a perfect stranger their work, or, for that matter, to introduce their actual dog.” (photo by: Art Streiber)

This is from earlier in the year, but still charms.

(via fastcompany)