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I had always felt life first as a story... if there is a story, there is a story teller.

GK Chesterton
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Random stuff we found interesting, grabbed our attention, or simply some things we would like to share with you.

Archives: Peter McGowan

About Peter McGowan

Prior to co-founding PlainJoe in 2001, Peter had a background in information technology. He worked for IBM, Johnson & Johnson, ThinkWare, and PMGX-a technology firm he founded and still owns. His background includes a Business/Information Systems degree from Cal Poly and years of experience in Information Technology, design production, brand development, marketing and advertising.

MPUG2018 Conference

What story are you telling through your church website? We’re pairing up with Ministry Platform to help churches leverage their data to better tell their story. Check it out here!

CRTVCHURCH interview with PlainJoe Co-Founder Mel McGowan

Plain Joe’s Chief Creative Officer, Mel McGowan, sat down with Ross Montgomery of CRTVCHURCH Podcast to talk about the ways churches, companies, and causes engage their communities by building story into their architectural space. In this fast-paced and broad-reaching episode, […]

The Jaycast – Turn Your Desire Into Destiny

Link to podcast here. In this episode of the Jaycast, Jason talks with Chief Creative Officer at Plain Joe Studios, Mel McGowan. They talk Disney, Design, Adoption, and Destiny. Tune in and learn how you can turn your desires into […]

Imagination

“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last you create what you will.” – George Bernard Shaw It’s not only essential to entrepreneurs, artists, architects, musicians and authors – […]

We’ve got a story to tell, don’t we?

We’ve got a story to tell, don’t we? At least in the old days, when you walked up to a typical, garden-variety church there was a steeple perched up on top. Yep, that’s a church. Now more often than not […]