When people come together at celebrations and gatherings this time of year, festive drinks can bring smiles, start conversations, and keep them going. Did you know that if you want to be more creative, a drink may actually help?
Early last year, we surveyed our expanding client partnerships, additions of new team members and considered how we could expand and improve the working environment. Blueprints were drawn and, five months ago, construction began on an office plan that would cultivate conversation, foster ideas and build bonds.
If you’ve visited our office lately, you’ve heard hammers pounding and seen the construction crew working on Designsensory’s office expansion.
Internships, mentoring, ongoing education and career learning, all are core aspects of Designsensory. This spring, we welcomed our first high school intern, Kristin Eubanks, a senior from Hardin Valley Academy.
Elizabeth Anne (Bitsy) Conde discusses the impact Designsensory had on her during her time as an intern.
There is a reason the DS10 binary wink symbol was smiling: We have a great deal for which to be happy!
'Twas the night before Christmas, with no clients calling. Not a creative was stirring, not a programmer coding. DS Basecamp and Freckle were logged with care, In hopes that client billings soon would be there."
Haley McCallie, our fall intern from the University of Tennessee (and AAF Big Wig), recaps her journey here at DS.
When I came to Designsensory a year ago, I knew Goodwill as a thrift store. Today, I’m a grateful witness to Goodwill’s empowering and continuous contribution.