Dynamo holiday festivities have begun!
In the past decade, Content Strategy has been creating some buzz in various industries. Its definitions vary, but are all part of a joint effort to investigate terms, practices and processes used to handle content within an organization. The outcome of such effort is to plan and develop content that will be delivered to the correct audience, at the right moment and through the most adequate media strategy.
Allow me introduce myself: I’m Beckii — and yes, I spell my name with two i’s. I’m currently a Graphic/Web Design Intern at Dynamo, and I wanted to share with you the first big project that I worked on.
The project that was assigned to me was a revamp of our Deep Dish app with iOS 7-styled icons. This was the first time I’ve ever created a set of icons, so it was quite the challenge, but I was excited to get started.
Many programmers, writers and lobster fisherman strive to spend their entire days with their hands affixed to their tools. This means that if anything were to spring up, say perhaps a great idea, they could spring into action without having to click on the correct application tab or pull in the correct lobster rope. Lobsters are collected via rope right?
I haven’t yet read 37Signals’ book Remote. When I do — it’s next on my reading list — I expect it will feel less like reading a how-to manual and more like leafing through our internal notes.
Dynamo, more and more, is becoming a company built on remote relationships. And we couldn’t be happier.
Dynamo theme (80’s minimal wave style)