Digital industry musings from a interdisciplinary content strategist

The Forgotten Middle Child of Digital Projects

by stiebleradmin • November 18, 2016

Oh, woah, is the middle child. The kid stuck in the middle of resource-sucking elders and needy younger siblings. Too old to require newly purchased items, they receive the gentle-wears of older siblings. Yet, the middle-est are to young, to be afforded the luxury of the youngest, namely the age gap precludes purchase of new […]

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Old Greek Dudes Argue About Design

by stiebleradmin • November 18, 2016

The Influences of Rhetoric and Socratic Method on Information Design. The foundations of modern communication; To inform, persuade, open a discourse, are simply the tools of being human.┬áThese skills and methods have been taught since the early days of Greece, perhaps they extend further back in the annals of history. Many design processes have been […]

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Build a Digital Narrative

by stiebleradmin • October 24, 2016

The internet affords people incredible access to information. It also enables brands to have ever increasing control over their own publishing efforts. Establishing a game plan and tone for your digital narrative is increasingly important. Crafting meaningful and truthful narrative stories makes brands more human and appealing to people. The internet has thousands of channels […]


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