Writer, Editor, Content & Community Lead
Anna Savina is a content marketing and community manager with 7+
years of experience in B2B SaaS. She enjoys all aspects of storytelling —
from creative content development for blogs, events, and socia media to tracking campaign performance. Helping purpose-driven companies tell their story and engage their audiences is wha motivates and excites her the most.
Throughout her career, she has always tried to humanize technology through storytelling. Currently, she is a Content Marketing Manager at Miro, a company behind a leading whiteboarding platform for visual collaboration that has Airbnb, Twitter, Pinterest, Upwork, and many others among its clients.
She believes that good stories can have a great impact and help companies build strong communities.
Anna also writes regularly about tech and creative industries. She interviewed numerous artists, startup founders, inventors, and curators as well as such well-known thinkers and creatives as John Maeda, Benjamin Bratton, David O'Reilly, among others.
Anna is also the founder of Anya Is Typing, a newsletter about culture, design, and tech.
# From thread count to part count: How to overcome the challenges of designing wearable tech
# Mapping the rise and fall of one of the most prominent artists’ communities in Brooklyn
# In a challenging Russian healthcare system doula Daria Utkina is an advocate for positive change
# Daito Manabe on choreographing equations and making use of deep brain data
# Inside the ArchDaily newsroom: how to build an international publication about architecture from Chile
# Paul Ford (Postlight): “I’d love to focus on how we can make writers and editors more powerful”
# Encountering the other mind: How AI will shift our design process, and in turn, our cities
# John Maeda (Automattic): “Designers’ role will be to support the social conscience of the product”
# Inside the Quartz newsroom: creating a business publication for the new generation