Robert Stribley

I'm an Associate Experience Director at Razorfish in New York City. I have over a dozen years experience as both an information architect and content strategist. I also teach an Introduction to Information Architecture & Design workshop at the School of Visual Arts. This year, I presented at SXSW for the first time, about which Scatter/Gather interviewed me.

My writing has been featured in publications, such as Skyscraper, Make, Pixelsurgeon, Creative Loafing, The Charleston Post-Courier and The Korea Tribune. I'm a regular contributor to Scatter/Gather, Razorfish's content strategy blog. 

Please, reach out if you'd like to get to know me better.

I'm an Associate Experience Director at Razorfish in New York City. I have over a dozen years experience as both an information architect and content strategist. I also teach an Introduction to Information Architecture & Design workshop at the School of Visual Arts

In August, I  presented on the subject of Why I Walk at Fish Talks, a series of presentations hosted internally at Razorfish, New York.

In March, I gave my presentation "Mismatched: What's Wrong With the Way We Recognize Patterns" at SXSW in Austin, TX

My recent essay "Suddenly, We're Ubiquitous" was a "Top Story of the Week" on Medium

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I think optimism is whether you are still exhilarated by life, whether you are curious, whether you still believe there is possibility. From this perspective, I am very much an optimist.
— Ai Weiwei