Use Storymatic for your creative collaborations. 

In Anaheim-based Don't Look Down Productions' show Storyboard, they take you from idea to finished film. They're great at documenting the creative process, and the video below shows a brainstorming session for their film Sleepwalker, which is built from the cards "sleepwalker," "person with a large scar" and "language barrier." They riff on the three cards, staying open to ideas until suddenly the story clicks into focus.

Use Storymatic with your other creative tools.

Storymatic can complement your other writing tools and totems, whether you're a novelist, poet, or someone just starting out who'd like a little creative nudge. Rebecca Valley is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Drizzle Review.


Use Storymatic to get ideas flowing in the office. 

Storymatic is a handy, fun way to break the ice at a meeting, and it's also a good way to brainstorm ideas for your story-driven campaigns.

Storymatic at work

Use Storymatic to get married!

Yes, you read that right. Adam and Krista are actors who would sometimes find themselves on different tours, and they'd play Storymatic remotely as a way to connect while apart. Then Adam asked if we could make some custom cards that he could sneak into the Storymatic box when he and Krista were together, and pop the question while playing during game night with friends. Of course we said yes. And so did Krista!


How will you use your Storymatic? Let us know!