Each year we send a small group of Kindlers to SXSW to soak up as much knowledge as they can possibly absorb to bring back to share with our team and our clients.
Always a lover of powerful non-fiction films, I was thrilled to join the team of my colleague and friend (a writer/producer here at Kindle), Mercedes Kane’s documentary, “Today We Saw the Face of God”, as a producer of marketing and distribution.
The definition of South By Southwest Interactive: a melting pot of creatives – designers, programmers, developers, inventors, artists and handlebar mustaches.
Around Kindle, you’re known as our “digital team” – what does that mean, and how does the digital team integrate with projects?
If you visit the Kindle offices (and we hope you will!), you might overhear a few words or phrases that don’t make a whole lot of sense at first listen. And, that’s perfectly okay.
The quest for innovative ideas and novel creative solutions never stops at Kindle.
We’re constantly sharing things at Kindle-- ideas, jokes, pizza, cocktails, and especially music. With 100 Pandora stations loaded on the office iPod, there’s always an interesting mix happening.
Every year the Kindle team does something for those in need during the holiday season. It’s a meaningful way to work together and pay all of our good fortune forward.
The first video that I, along with fellow Kindler and techie, Alex Nuttall, saw of the GoPro DJI Phantom had us hooked. We knew right away that Kindle had to have it, and we waited eagerly for its overnight Amazon delivery.
Complete with spiked cider, hot cocoa, s’mores and a guitar, it was a really fun way to wrap up the week.