As an experienced marketing strategist, writer and co-founder of Digital Culture NYC, Amanda McCormick has over ten years experience helping brands and media companies leverage their stories and content through innovative digital design and structural solutions. She has worked with Lifetime TV, Comedy Central, VH1, New York City Ballet, Sideways, Capacity Interactive, Film Society of Lincoln Center and BRIC TV on marketing, communications and web development projects.


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I am here to be a multi-talented problem solver. So that means being a great listener, analyst and collaborator with your business. But to give you an idea of some of the projects I’ve worked on in the past, here is a list of my specialities:

Content Strategy & Marketing:
Development of strategy, planning and analytical materials, as well as web copy, app copy, blog posts, social media strategy, ad strategy, “voice” guidelines, sales sheets, case studies, email newsletters.
Clients: BRIC TV, Onassis Foundation, Inc Magazine, Bitly, SocialFlow, Film Society of Lincoln Center, Sideways, VisitBritain.

Web Development:
Consulting on web projects involving: design, development, mobile development, content management systems, migration, SSL certificates, integration of e-commerce, integration of third-party systems like Tessitura, Hubspot, Shopify, Zenplanner and others.
Recent projects:,,,,,

Data and Design:
Infographic training, guidelines, conceptualization and  and presentation design. Clients: Yahoo!, Southern Living Magazine, Horizon Media, Mediabistro, SocialFlow.

Training & Speaking:
Yahoo! –  Infographics • Horizon Media – Visualizing Data • Southern Living – Presentation Design & Writing  • VH1 – SEO and social media best practices • Money Magazine – Writing for the web • Comedy Central – Optimizing video titles for the web & social media best practices

Project Management:
Web re-development •  Staff training on digital communications • Implementation of internal communications via software platforms
Clients: BRIC TV, Capacity Interactive  and New York City Ballet