Because he has had a long career, Corbin Crable also has a lot of experience in his background, which implies a high level of skill. As a general assignment reporter and editor with the small Johnson County newspaper The Gardner News several years ago, he covered and wrote feature stories, but he also covered other news, especially regarding the local government, especially the school board. Even though this was primary a journalism job, he also helped design the pages for this twice-weekly publication and he uploaded every issue on their website at the end of every production cycle.
Among Corbin Crable’s best attributes seems to be his attention to detail, which probably comes from his extensive editing experience. For example, Corbin served as a copy editor with the Grand Island Independent newspaper in Central Nebraska. There, it could almost be said he was responsible for the entire newspaper. Not only did he edit articles for the local market and articles from the Associated Press for Spelling, grammar, punctuation, style and syntax grammar, but he also designed every front page, as well as pages in the local, opinion and sports sections. He also posted the content for the Independent’s website at the end of the day.
As it stands these days, Corbin Crable is both a freelance web designer and a reporter for the KC Hispanic News in Kansas City, Missouri. In addition to reporting on stories of relevance to the Hispanic community in the Kansas City metropolitan area, he also uses the most advanced computer programs available to design the newspaper’s pages, to set up page spreads and create infographics to accompany his and other reporters’ articles. His articles tend to run to fashion, popular culture and trends, vintage design and collectibles.