Blog: Posts in design
You may say we took our time. To which we might reply: “Unreasonable haste is the direct road to error.” (Thanks, Molière.)
Our design team will be sharing glimpses of works in progress, memories from the Mint archives and peeks at ventures that didn’t make the cut.
So last month I got this great design gig.
An elderly lady wanted to commission me to do a sign for her. She lives in the forest and doesn’t get a lot of visitors because her house is quite hard to find. The money is great and I get creative freedom to do the sign like I want it to be. Score!
She wants the sign to be fun and appeal to children. And I’m like aww, what a sweet old lady.
I don’t ask many questions and I make a super fun and engaging sign (see above). It totally stands out in this rather dark and spooky forest.
I pat myself on the back for a job well done and for making an old lady happy.
We’ve had a theory for a while that one of the best things a company can do to encourage greater representation at work is to offer all job opportunities as part-time as well as full-time.
So we’ve decided to put our job-ad where our mouth is and are experimenting offering new jobs, wherever possible, both part and/or full-time.