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Reframe is a podcast produced by Stoked. More at stokedproject.com

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Reframe is a podcast produced by Stoked. More at stokedproject.com

    Quarantine Chronicles Edition | Lucas Artusi

    Quarantine Chronicles Edition | Lucas Artusi

    In the early months of 2020, we were busy creating new content, launching new products, and building out our dream team, blissfully unaware of the seismic shift that was about to take place. Then, Covid. Like many of you, incoming work slowed to a crawl. We are fortunate to have a few partners who shifted to virtual design sprints, culture work, and education. But many other organizations put initiatives on hold for the foreseeable future.

    So, big and bold plans were replaced with nail-biting. We’ve been here before and know the importance of taking both a defensive and offensive approach - cutting costs while looking for new ways to generate revenue. And, to do both in a way that feels consistent with our values and without compromising our integrity.

    If you believe that life comes in phases of expansion and contraction, this kind of feels like a moment of universal contraction, and we choose to respect that. Observe it without trying to change it. Yet using these new constraints as inspiration to create opportunities to do what we do best.

    So, while we navigate these tensions, we don’t feel quite right when we’re not creating. So we’re going to keep making content as a means of maintaining the creative spark (hopefully in both us and you).

    There is a lot of noise out there right now. And we think it’s a good time to make friends with silence. But if you’ve had enough silence, here is a new video podcast series. It’s called the Quarantine Chronicles, and it’s about exploring our INNER landscape during this time of Covid. Recorded remotely, of course. We hope you like it.

    And if you want to partner with a bad-ass design firm, call us. We’ve got some free time on our hands.

    Stokedproject.com

    • 26 min
    Quarantine Chronciles Edition | Megan McClendon

    Quarantine Chronciles Edition | Megan McClendon

    In the early months of 2020, we were busy creating new content, launching new products, and building out our dream team, blissfully unaware of the seismic shift that was about to take place. Then, Covid. Like many of you, incoming work slowed to a crawl. We are fortunate to have a few partners who shifted to virtual design sprints, culture work, and education. But many other organizations put initiatives on hold for the foreseeable future.

    So, big and bold plans were replaced with nail-biting. We’ve been here before and know the importance of taking both a defensive and offensive approach - cutting costs while looking for new ways to generate revenue. And, to do both in a way that feels consistent with our values and without compromising our integrity.

    If you believe that life comes in phases of expansion and contraction, this kind of feels like a moment of universal contraction, and we choose to respect that. Observe it without trying to change it. Yet using these new constraints as inspiration to create opportunities to do what we do best.

    So, while we navigate these tensions, we don’t feel quite right when we’re not creating. So we’re going to keep making content as a means of maintaining the creative spark (hopefully in both us and you).

    There is a lot of noise out there right now. And we think it’s a good time to make friends with silence. But if you’ve had enough silence, here is a new video podcast series. It’s called the Quarantine Chronicles, and it’s about exploring our INNER landscape during this time of Covid. Recorded remotely, of course. We hope you like it.

    And if you want to partner with a bad-ass design firm, call us. We’ve got some free time on our hands.

    Stokedproject.com

    • 23 min
    Quarantine Chronicles Edition | Anna Love

    Quarantine Chronicles Edition | Anna Love

    In the early months of 2020, we were busy creating new content, launching new products, and building out our dream team, blissfully unaware of the seismic shift that was about to take place. Then, Covid. Like many of you, incoming work slowed to a crawl. We are fortunate to have a few partners who shifted to virtual design sprints, culture work, and education. But many other organizations put initiatives on hold for the foreseeable future.

    So, big and bold plans were replaced with nail-biting. We’ve been here before and know the importance of taking both a defensive and offensive approach - cutting costs while looking for new ways to generate revenue. And, to do both in a way that feels consistent with our values and without compromising our integrity.

    If you believe that life comes in phases of expansion and contraction, this kind of feels like a moment of universal contraction, and we choose to respect that. Observe it without trying to change it. Yet using these new constraints as inspiration to create opportunities to do what we do best.

    So, while we navigate these tensions, we don’t feel quite right when we’re not creating. So we’re going to keep making content as a means of maintaining the creative spark (hopefully in both us and you).

    There is a lot of noise out there right now. And we think it’s a good time to make friends with silence. But if you’ve had enough silence, here is a new video podcast series. It’s called the Quarantine Chronicles, and it’s about exploring our INNER landscape during this time of Covid. Recorded remotely, of course. We hope you like it.

    And if you want to partner with a bad-ass design firm, call us. We’ve got some free time on our hands.

    Stokedproject.com

    • 19 min
    A Year of Conversations

    A Year of Conversations

    In order to look forward to new stories and conversations in 2020, we first wanted to see what stood out from the shows we produced in 2019. Check out this highlight reel of the best moments of the last twelve months.

    • 57 min
    Funding the Future of Healthcare With Eller Mallchok

    Funding the Future of Healthcare With Eller Mallchok

    Parker & Jacob sit down with Eller Mallchock, the Managing Director at Jumpstart Foundry, a seed stage healthcare innovation fund. Eller talks about breaking into VC work, finding meaning in work and of course, fly fishing.

    • 41 min
    Out of Office: A Short Story

    Out of Office: A Short Story

    A short narration of Parker's time disappearing into the Swiss mountains and how discovering this place has provided him a respite from the daily grind.

    • 18 min

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