We work with publishers, nonprofits, educators, and brands to produce explanatory content in our unique stack format.
Stacks are slide-based, interactive reading experiences that weave together text, photography, annotations, illustrations, and other media.
In 2014, we plan to release Stacker, an authoring tool that will enable writers and designers to independently produce and publish stacks. If you want to try Stacker when it’s ready, leave us your email address.
Josh has over six years’ experience in online political media, first as a deputy editorial director at Media Matters for America and then as founding editor of Progress Illinois. He developed the concept for Newsbound while attending the Knight Digital Media Center’s News Entrepreneur Boot Camp. GOOD Magazine named Josh to their GOOD 100 list in 2013.
Griffin's work is centered on product design with a focus on responsive user interfaces. Previous clients include Sunrun, Oregon Bach Festival, California Academy of Sciences and Mountain Travel Sobek.
Before diving into the world of software development, Anastasia was an art director and a designer for companies like The New York Public Library and Wieden+Kennedy. She is a graduate of Parsons School of Design.
A native to California, Tim was previously an associate art director at WIRED and a graphic designer for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and has worked for clients including Adobe, Amazon, Vanity Fair, and Specialized. He received a BFA from California College of the Arts.
Tabriz’s work involves developing creative visuals and animation for web and broadcast. He previously worked with clients such as Suzuki, MasterCard, Intel, Coca Cola, Walls and Pepsi.