In the era of memes, GIFs and a general disinterest in reading anything that can't be squeezed into 280 characters, I decided to address a topic that shows how and where writers can be involved to tell stories visually in the 2020s. As the nature of writers' jobs change, the scribes of the world are still needed, they just need to learn how to think differently in a world where companies learn to communicate in new, dynamic and more engaging ways. See below -- or check out the piece where it lives.
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