Last Friday was The Story 2015, the sixth in our annual event about all things story-related. We had a full house at Conway Hall, a fantastic host in Anna Rafferty and most of all a brilliant and inspiring line-up of speakers.
So thanks to all our speakers, our volunteers, the team at Conway Hall, the Ministry of Stories, and most importantly, to all of you who bought a ticket to come along on the day. We’ve had a fantastic response from attendees sharing tweets, photos and blogposts, so here’s a collection of the ones we’ve found so far. If you’ve written up your thoughts on The Story, please let us know so we can add you to the list.
Thanks again, and we look forward to seeing you next year at The Story 2016 – if you want to be the first to buy tickets, then subscribe to our newsletter now!
Our Storify of the tweets and images from the #story2015 hashtag
Reflections from a Web Developer by James Doc from the V&A
What’s The Story? by Roland Harwood from 100% Open
The Story 2015 by Tamika Abaka-Wood from Ben&Andrew
Notes on The Story 2015 by Anjali Ramachandran
7 Things I learned at The Story by Fiona Thompson from Wordspring
A brilliant set of Sketchnotes by David Burton
Katie Collins from Wired UK wrote up three of the day’s talks – Kati London, Philip Hunt and Matthew Plummer-Fernandez
Thanks everyone who has given us feedback or written up notes – we’d love to hear from you about your experience, and in particular if there’s anything you think we can do better. We hope to have podcasts from some of the talks up soon as well – if you want to know when they’re up, subscribe to our weekly newsletter.