The Aftermath

We help businesses talk about who they are for a living. We uncover what makes them unique, and articulate it through language and design. We are good at it. Bracket that thought. We are also a small business trying to orient itself. We are refining/defining processes. We are clarifying structure and accountability. We are attempting … Continued

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We’re Hiring a Graphic Designer

UPDATE. We have filled the designer position, but we are always looking to work with talented folks. If you think you’d be a great fit we’d still love to see your portfolio and resume. Another option to work with us is through our paid internship program. … Continued

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How to Get the Job You Want

“You’ve got to learn your instrument. Then, you practice, practice, practice. And, then, when you finally get up there on the bandstand, forget all that and just wail.” Charlie Parker said that. He is an American saxophonist who changed music by inventing a new style: bebop. It is a good starting point for what we …

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Send Your Business to Therapy

If you start thinking critically about how you relate to your customers and employees, your business culture will change. For the better. We took another look at our client and employee relationships through the lens of emotional intelligence.

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Welcome to Lexington

The Athens of the West, the Portland of Kentucky, the Horse Capitol of the World – to those who live and travel here, Lexington is always home. With pristine countryside and eclectic urban areas, this place has something for everyone. Experience quintessential Kentucky: bourbon, horses, and basketball. Or get off the beaten track to experience …

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We Moved: A Sentimental Retrospective

We have heard you. Arguing at the bus stop. Singing with your headphones in. We have heard your stereo at the stop light (thanks for the Gun’s N Roses). We have heard your funeral procession many times over. We have heard your squealing fan belt, your screeching brakes, your muffler scratching along the pavement. We …

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