Brafton editor Matt Kaplan once said “it’s the rare writer who can write voicey, bloggy content for tech and IT clients with strict subject matter concerns.” When Matt said this he had someone in mind, and it none other than our senior tech writer, Dylan Cinti.
Dylan’s been writing with our tech team for more than a year – but it didn’t take long for him to be noticed among his peers and editors. Whether he was tasked with writing about the Chilean mining disaster or hybrid cloud migration, his specialty has always been in-depth research. And as Matt noted, Dylan has an “impeccable eye for detail and an uncanny ability to tackle high subject matter expertise clients.”
Check out this blog post from Dylan where he talks about writing content for both SEO and social media
Dylan admitted our Chicago tech desk might not be the loudest or most talkative team, but he said there’s a special camaraderie between the writers.
“We’re a quiet, chilled-out team,” Dylan said. “We don’t say much to each other because we don’t have to. There’s just a lot of mutual respect and meaningful silence.”
Learn more about Dylan in our Brafton Q&A:
Q: As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Q: What do you think is the most important quality needed for success?
Q: What do you value most in a job?
An atmosphere of respect.
Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A quilt my grandmother made for me.
Q: Which day of the work week are you the most productive?
Any day Daniel Perret is also in the office and we go on a meditative walk.
Q: What’s your favorite aspect of your job?
Getting into the zone, when that happens.
Q: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Interviewing Riff Raff for 2 minutes.
Q: Have any “hidden talents”?
I am extremely good at the game Set (aka The Family Game of Visual Perception). Could’ve gone pro but chose Brafton instead.
Q: If Brafton were a TV show, which character – from any sitcom, drama or reality show (of any time period) – would represent you?
Special Agent Dale Cooper.