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Kermit was wrong; it’s easy being green!


What’s in your office kitchen? Ask a Brafton employee today, and you’ll get mixed answers: Shortbread biscuits from someone’s recent trip to Scotland (they went fast), apples from the latest […]

The World According to Autumn: Jane of All Trades Finds Support in a New City


Senior Writer Autumn Green has been with Brafton for nearly two years now, but, as she describes it, it was “pure luck” that allowed her to find her role at […]

The world is her canvas: Senior Graphic Designer Ali Eagle


Learn all you’ve ever wanted to know about being a creative designer with Brafton’s own Ali Eagle.

Give him the rock, baby: Play-by-plays with Managing Editor Andy Barks


Whether on the court or in the office, Andy Barks is the man you want in your corner.

Diving deep into the industry with Director of Content Marketing Katelynn Conlon


Want to know what it takes to be a Director of Content Marketing? Read all about Brafton’s own Katelynn Conlon.

Take a look, it’s in a book: Livin’ and learnin’ with Content Manager Mike O’Neill


Butterfly in the sky, Content Manager Mike O’Neill can go twice as high.

How Director of Digital Marketing Strategy Jeff Baker went from mosquito hunter to lead generator


Jeff Baker’s extensive experience in content marketing has made him an invaluable asset to Brafton, and the strong leader its strategy needs.

Inside the mind of an animator: A tour with Evelin Serritos


If you love singing to your cat, watching horror films and researching Norse mythology, you might be award-winning and world-renowned English novelist Neil Gaiman. Or, you might be Brafton Lead […]

Senior Writer Mike Manahan on puns, maple syrup and his mom


These days, almost anyone can be a writer. All it takes is a WordPress account and a pulse. But if you want to write for enterprise and mid-market clients at […]