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What’s Your Story? Let’s Share it With the World

by Jason Unger, Founder

It may seem like an odd time to launch a new website — to unveil a new brand — to focus on a new message.

There’s so much happening in the world, and everyone is trying to figure out where they fit — their role — their impact.

For the past 7+ years, Forrest and I have been working with our clients to help answer these questions.

Your Goal, Your Message, Your Story

We’ve been working at the intersection of marketing and technology to build brands, develop websites, and design collateral, and there’s one thing at the core of what we do: the story.

Each partner we work with has a story — why they do what they do.

Their mission. Their passion. Their why.

There’s a story in everything we build and in everything we design. Its goal — why it exists — how it came to be.

We all have stories, and our job is to help tell those stories through design and development.

There’s a Story in Everything

Of course, we have our own story. Forrest and I have been friends since grade school, where we each started our journey as creatives and builders. Every day, our story continues to be written, as we make an impact with our clients and partners.

As part of our relaunch, we’re sharing stories from some of our clients about our work together. If you’re interested, you can read them here.

We’re excited to continue to write our story, and would love to be a part of telling your story.

So, I have to ask: what’s your story?

Let’s tell it.

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About Jason Unger

Jason Unger is the Founder of Digital Ink. He built his first website on Geocities, and hasn't looked back since. Digital Ink tells stories for forward-thinking businesses, mission-driven organizations, and marketing and technology agencies in need of a creative and digital partner.

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