About Lifehacker Australia
Practical advice for your work and home life.
Tips to maximise your career or small business, choose the best tech, organise your finances and improve your health — here’s how to get more done.
Lifehacker Australia runs all the best features and guides from the US and UK editions, eliminating the ones that are irrelevant for Aussies and adding our own daily helping of tips and tricks with an Australian focus.
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Lifehacker posts non-stop fresh advice, research, comparisons and how-tos — and we also have popular regulars like:
Comprehensive overview of the best current deals in Australia for mobile phones, internet access and more.
Hardware, software and services tested by Lifehacker’s expert staff.
The best work spaces and home offices from Australia and around the world.
Technology advice and real-world tips for travellers.
How I Work
The productivity tips and secrets of notable entrepreneurs and industry professionals.
How I Succeeded
We ask business leaders for the tactics behind their proven success.
Startups explain their business strategies and future plans.
Microsoft Office tips, news and features.
Killer Interview Question
The tough, quirky and insightful questions that job applicants have been asked.
Trends and technologies IT workers need to know about to stay employed and improve their careers.
How to take full advantage of cloud technologies.
Guidance on ways to increase your chances of scoring that IT job you’ve always wanted.
The important IT security news and trends your organisation should be aware of.
Advice from leading technology analysts on how to do IT better at your organisation.
Money management and finance tips.
Monthly roundup of the best deals for credit cards, saving accounts and home loans.
How technology keeps us entertained and new developments in entertainment.
Readers ask questions and get answers both from Lifehacker staff and from the wider Lifehacker community.
New insights into health & fitness.
DIY know-how for weekend projects, home renovators and clever home hackers.
Lifehacker puts its taste buds on the line testing new and unusual foods and beverages.
Carefully researched dating, sex and sexual health advice from the experts.
Managing Editor / Publisher
Danny has 17 years of consumer tech publishing experience with a focus on digital innovation. A former editor for Gizmodo (in the US and Australia), he has lead the local editions of Gizmodo, Lifehacker and Kotaku for the last five years.
Danny founded TechHive’s GeekTech blog (as PC World/Macworld Senior Associate Editor in San Francisco), co-authored The Ultimate Guide to Mac OS X book and picked up a Best Technical Journalist (Consensus IT Writers Awards) nod along the way.
Chris has been a full-time tech journalist for 10 years with stints across Business IT, IT News, Good Gear Guide and PC & Tech Authority. A former high school History and English teacher, he specialises in computing, home entertainment, gaming, video production and globsters.
Chris’ interest in tech began at the age of four via the rubbery keys of a ZX Spectrum. When he’s not fiddling around with various gadgets his hands are kept full by his rapidly expanding family of squalling children (three at last count!). Read his articles here. Read his articles here.
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Spandas Lui is a journalist for Lifehacker Australia who has previously written for ZDNet, PC World, Australian Reseller News and GamePro. She is passionate about technology, video games, action movies, comic books, motorcycles, food and Brazilian jiujitsu.
Spandas has been a technology journalist for over five years and was finalist for Media Best Business Technology Journalist Award in the 2015 IT Journalism awards.
Her greatest achievement so far is beating a guy repeatedly in Tekken and Street Fighter on a first date. She did not get a second date. Read her articles here.
Kotaku Weekend Editor
Logan has been blissfully embroiled in tech and games media since the dawn of the universe — give or take a few billion years. At points along this timeline, Logan has held the editor job at Kotaku Australia and influential Aussie tech magazine, Atomic — which won Best Gaming Title and Best Production team under his stewardship.
Logan is also co-director of Screwfly Studios, an independent games developer responsible for three cult titles since its founding in 2011. He is an experienced programmer and games designer, having held writing, PR and creative roles at Australian gaming studios Firemint and Tantalus. Read his articles here.
Hayley is an aspiring Strong Female Character™ who writes across Lifeahcker, Gizmodo and Kotaku Australia.
Named “Highly Commended” Best New Journalist at the 2015 Australian IT Journalism Awards, she has previously also contributed articles to Indie Games Magazine and spent six months dabbling in game design with Sydney indie developer Epiphany Games.
Despite the lack of a tragic backstory, Hayley still likes to moonlight as a well-dressed supervillain under the unconvincing cosplay pseudonym of Hayley Elise. Read her articles here.
Amanda is a former human rights lawyer, current author, and pop culture enthusiast.
Her writing has been published and performed in Stories of Sydney (SWEATSHOP & Seizure), Westside (Westside Publications), The Last Word (Sydney Festival 2015), and The Voices Project (Australian Theatre for Young People).
In her spare time Amanda does stuff like play Dota and pretend to be cool on the internet. Once Gail Simone called her a superhero. That’s been a highlight of her life so far, along with the time she negotiated her way to 90% off the Doctor Who Series 1-4 box set. Read Amanda’s stories here.