Social media is a curious beast. We have to be more curious to keep up. Our blog is where we share what we learn through following our digital curiosities. Whether you are a professional digital marketer or someone just filling in the gaps for your own small business, these blogs should help.
A New Civility is a creative collective with a mission to define a new way to work with small businesses to get their written, digital and designed storytelling materials up and running, rebranded or pointed in the right direction. We see ourselves as a collective – working for clients, working with clients and providing new business to old clients because we respect their work.
We are big believers in learning by doing as well as learning from others who have done. These are the stories of the people behind the things we love.
Where we are can affect who we are. We try to find the places that make us the best version of ourselves. And we document it so you can go there too.
A New Civility is a content shop with a mission to create a new way to work with small businesses to get their written, digital and designed storytelling material up and running, rebranded or pointed in the right direction. We see ourselves as a collective – working for clients, working with clients and providing new business to old clients because we respect their work.
We love telling stories. Just look around our site. Half the time we’re just telling stories to anyone who will listen.
We tell stories. And we'd love to tell a story for you. Shoot us an email or give us a call and let us know what you have in mind. We specialize in digital story telling but if there is something we can't do for you, chances are we know who can and are happy to put you in touch.
We come across a lot of things in our story telling adventures. Some of these are props for photo shoots, odds and ends that we keep on hand as well as some branded goods representing our motto of Be Good. Do Better. Be Good. They are all available for purchase.
We use Instagram to tell a few stories every day. Most of those stories have to do with traveling around the Pacific Northwest and come free with our deep introspective rants on inconsequential things.