Storythings is looking for a Social Editor to work with the editorial team on HowWeGetToNext.com. HWGTN is a cross platform project led by Steven Johnson, looking at the ideas and innovations that shape our world. The project has been running since Sept 2014, with the associated How We Got To Now TV series broadcast on PBS
At Storythings we work a lot with clients to help them understand how we tell and share stories now. One of the key insights is about how we’re moving from an era of traditional media distribution to an era of social circulation, and how importance fandoms are to this new era. Fandom is changing the
Storythings is a studio that helps media organisations, brands and non-profits tell brilliant stories for new audiences. We help them find the right story to tell and build audiences for those stories. We do this using 5 products: 1. Story Insights – how do we tell stories now? What is it? A one day workshop that looks at trends and
An odyssey into the American Wilderness with an Explorer, a Musician, and an iPad.
There’s something romantic about a hero in pursuit of an unattainable goal, chasing a myth or a dream – Percival Fawcett and El Dorado, Juan Ponce de León and the Fountain of Youth, Ed Wood and his cinematic masterpiece. Characters that charge ahead with an unwavering belief in their goal, no matter how unachievable, their passion
It’s been a busy 2014 for Storythings, and we’ve been lucky enough to work on some fantastic projects with awesome people. This year we’ve been focusing on shifting the kinds of projects we do, away from one-off projects and on to longer projects that give us an opportunity to build loyal, returning audiences around great stories. We’ve
The end of April saw a couple of really interesting Storythings projects come to fruition, and a couple more kick off. First of all, we’ve been building an app for Penguin as part of Gruff Rhys’ epic ‘investigative tour’ project American Interior. If you were at The Story conference in Feb you would have seen
Storythings#5 Diesel Days To Live Website & iOS app Client: CP&B Partners: Anthony Dickenson, Pulse Films Lead Technologist: Dan Catt I thought that enough time had passed since the the Diesel Days to Live project launched that I really should get round to writing up some notes and thoughts about some of the thinking behind
Happy New Year!
At Storythings HQ, 2013 has kicked off with the start of a fantastic project for a very cool client in New York. Its part of our partnership with Pulse Films, who we also worked with on a very innovative interactive film project for Diesel that launches on Monday 14th Jan, so look out for more
We’re growing rapidly at Storythings right now, and will soon be announcing some exciting news about a new partnership, and what this will mean for the work we do. At the moment we’re working on two production projects – one for a major global charity, and one for an equally famous fashion brand – and
Storythings started as a company on March 18th 2011, so we’re just over a year old. Its been a fascinating year, working with some brilliant people and clients, and developing from a bunch of ideas and contacts into a real pipeline of work and a clear sense of what the company does, and how it