Little Bits is a short video about content strategy by the small content strategy team at Hot Studio, an experience design company based in San Francisco and New York.

We’re small team of content strategists in a world of designers and developers and we find ourselves explaining what we do for a living a lot. We thought we’d take a stab at explaining ourselves in a video and ended up producing a stop-motion animation. We learned a ton in the process and it took some time and some work — thousands of photos and several hours of production and editing time, including physically making a table that would suspend our Canon 5D Mark II above a flat surface.

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This video was written, produced and edited by the content strategy team at Hot Studio, an experience design company based in New York and San Francisco: Anna Bloom, Margot Merrill Fernandez and Matt Shearon. Visit us at

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From writing grants to authoring scientific papers, technical writing is an imperative skills at any stage of one’s career. Kristin Sainani, a writer for Allure Magazine and the journal Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, shares her tips on how to simplify sentences.

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Check out Punctuating a, long and wordy, qualifier by Mike Pope<>. Here is an excerpt:

I found this in a comment on a blog post:

The, not really qualified for the position of teacher, instructor never bothered to use Notepad++.

I like this, because the author has the right instinct: there’s a complex modifier for the word instructor, and he understands that it needs to be…

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Stacks of coins beside a calculator

When I started my career as a freelance writer in the late 1980s, my expenses were quite simple and quite low. All of my spending related to writing involved buying typewriter ribbons, paper, pens and notebooks, envelopes, and postage.

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