StoryEngine translates learning into assets and action — stakeholder stories become communication assets that deliver value across your organization. Tailored insights inform strategy and design decisions that can shepherd the development of new programs, services, or experiences while building innovation skills and creative confidence within your organization.

The result: greater impact and return on investment compared to one-off or siloed research, evaluation, stakeholder engagement, or design thinking approaches.

StoryEngine creates:

Full-length interviews — Edited transcripts, approved by respondents and posted online.

Public-facing stories — Based on the full interviews, stories are edited versions with visuals and pull quotes. (Examples: Mmaki Jantjies, Ugo Vallauri)

Cards / posters — Short versions that highlight the person, main takeaways, and issues and impacts.

Communications content  — Interviews, public facing stories, and insights are resources rich in communications content and can easily be used to bolster both internal and external communications. (see email newsletter example »)

Increased engagement — Both within the organization and with the people you serve. Public facing interviews and stories along with internal and external communications, connects individuals with each other and their stories.

Insights — Periodically step back and analyze what has been learned to date.

Reports — Insights can feed naturally into existing reports, or be formatted into reports that serve your needs.

Personas — Interviews and insights are rich in information commonly used to develop personas.

Onboarding new employees or members — Public facing interviews, stories, and analysis can be used to grab the attention of others with interest in your type of work.

Grant reporting — Creates more dynamic and reusable reporting structure for both granters and grantees.