Bring me your 6-stop supply chain, your staff taking phone calls in the mail room, your on-the-fly onboarding process, and your Staples office furniture – I will give you your life (and business) back. Business should be pretty. All great systems, natural or manmade, are beautiful. And yours will be too. xo Liv
Patagonia reports that 100% of mom’s have returned to work in the past 5 years after giving birth, a statistic that far out-performs the nation’s average of 65%. With 92% of Millennials reporting Live/Work balance as the top priority when considering a new job, it’s no surprise that as Millennials find partners and start families, workplaces that accommodate their family needs will stand apart from the rest in talent retention.
The connectivity resulting from social media has led to more transparency than ever before. Now that workers can see the inner workings of the companies to which they belong, they are wanting to engage with the founding and innovating processes at those companies. Young people expect the same transparency they experience on social media in […]
So much of my journey has been a careful balance between the creative and the analytical portions of our work. How I work, how other people work, and what areas of focus are dynamic and interesting to me, have all compelled me to begin my own brand of design thinking. Under my now familiar Havana Hyde […]
I am from Gloucester, Massachusetts. Like any local, I know the ins and outs of this town probably better than I want to. The coyote packs on Eastern Point have been a big to-do for a number of years now. They came out to worship the waves last week, captured on Good Morning Gloucester. Hope […]
My son’s obsession has caught my attention lately. The structure and careful engineering that go into skateable landscape is quite complex. Many skateparks look overdone or underdone, but I’ve come across some that are truly works of art. Park by BANG Architectes in St. Pierre, Belgium. Park by Team Pain in Rocklin, California. LES Skatepark […]
Originally posted on a gallerist's musings:
like all of her work, these use nature as metaphor to explore human emotion. her inconography of trees, water, rocks, mountains, clouds and the stars and moon recount stories, or maybe it’d be more accurate to say open-ended fables. because even after you’ve deciphered her symbolic language, it’s…