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Watch the power of storytelling in Alan Crickmore's TEDx talk
When a parent is sent to prison, the unintended victims of their crimes are their own children — without stability and support, kids are at higher risk for mental health and development issues. In a heartfelt talk, Alan Crickmore explains how the charity Storybook Dads is keeping families connected through the simple act of storytelling.
Your brand is the most important platform you have in telling your story and shaping your team culture.
Brand development is a three-month process that kicks off with a series of discovery sessions to help us gain a deeper understanding of your business and identify opportunities for further exploration.
Most people first interact with your brand visually, whether online or through print. The work we do at DrawHistory shifts your perspective from “what we want to say” to “what they need to hear and see”.
At DrawHistory, we’ll facilitate interactive sessions, create events to gain feedback and work together to see what sticks. Our work speaks for you and we want it to communicate your passion and energy.
The mix between purpose and profit has increasingly taken centre stage, and your organisation is on the cusp of change.
The DrawHistory team, having advised organisations on Forbes and Fast Company, create strategies that strengthen team culture for corporates and business roadmaps for nonprofits looking to navigate increasingly converging markets.
At its core, user experience is a phrase for the emotions and impressions someone goes through when using a particular product, system or service. Think about the last event you held, or the site you just launched. They are journeys your audience goes through experientially.
We think it’s important that when you’re designing for humans, you understand their behaviours, needs and motivations at the UX stage.
Our discussion-driven and hands-on workshops help develop, improve and tell your organisation’s story. A mix between Q&A, practical workbooks and lighthearted storytelling, we explore the purpose of your brand and how to write compelling key messages.
You’ll finish the workshop with foundational tools that will help you grow and build on your existing brand.