As you’ve probably noticed there’s a new look and feel to this site. I’ve already come clean with my newsletter subscribers, but if you’re relatively new here then know that I’ve developed a slightly new strategy and focus for The Digital Storyteller in the recent months.
What’s Different, What’s the Same
You’ll still find the usual digital storytelling training and resources you’ve come to expect, but I’m refocusing the content to be a little less Digital Storytelling 101 and more strategic and thematic-level learning. I’m hoping this will make the posts more adaptable to your level of need. There are plenty of sites that will tell you how to start a Facebook ad campaign, but I really want to focus on why we’re doing this.
How to Use the Site
In addition, I’ve decided to become a little more open and take the personal content I have segmented across the web and centralize it all here. That’s where the new categories come from. You can still search for your favorite topics using the tags feature, but I really want all content on my site to fit within one of the five categories listed in the main menu. Whatever I write will be designed to help you Improve, help you Learn something new, Inspire your creativity, or Believe that there’s a purpose to all of this. These categories cover both professional and personal content.
If you need more clarification, you can find it on my About page.
Some of you sharp-eyed readers may have noticed I said “five” categories yet only list four. The fifth category of posts will be announced this summer and are an exciting part of some creative goals I’ve set for myself this year.
So stay tuned and I look forward to sharing more with you very soon!