StoryEngine is a narrative-based methodology that generates qualitative data and insights, communication assets, and opportunities for individuals and organizations to support and connect with the people they serve.
Developed and supported by Loup Design & Innovation, with early support from the Mozilla Foundation, StoryEngine was initially designed to illuminate and evaluate network effects, gather feedback and examples, and guide strategy and program design. As we use and evolve the methodology we discover more ways that the process and its outputs can serve other purposes, from organizational learning to staff onboarding and individual professional development.
Browse our documentation and read a few examples of how StoryEngine has been used. StoryEngine is free and open — we encourage you to experiment and tailor it to your needs. And, of course, the Loup team is always available to help.
- Your StoryEngine — Career therapy for professionals in flux
- Skim through our documentation. We’ve improved StoryEngine since we wrote this, but it’s still a good introduction.
- Browse stories»
- Browse a few StoryEngine client use cases »
- HiveNYC Legacy Report — Example of how stories were combined with analysis, an Annotatathon, and a Design Lab workshop to help the HiveNYC Learning Network at a critical turning point
- Mozilla Foundation Network Insights Report — See how insights from stories have been used to monitor and support strategic planning (prepared for the Mozilla in advance of their 2016 All-Hands meeting)
- Contact us via the Loup website