Is your company the player, the girl next door, or the video game nerd that lives in his parent’s basement? If you’ve ever tried online dating, you know the game. You get one paragraph to try to express how awesome you are to a parade of other singles, who flip through profiles like the latest catalogue from Ikea. You agonize over your description, trying to use just the right amount of humour without coming off like a lame cornball.
As a creative, there is a vast amount of different mediums that you can use to express an idea. We’ve got our choice of pencils, paints, papers, markers, inks and other crafty bits galore. Even so, more often than not I find myself starting a project on the computer, fleshing out an idea on the computer, and finishing a project on the computer. This amounts to a whole lot of digital and not a lot of tangible.
Yesterday the team celebrated Halloween in style complete with pumpkin carving and costumes. Our very own devil, flapper, transformer, flight attendant, and 80s chick took on pumpkins to create some great designs!