Happy Birthday, Ashley!
Our second of three February birthdays here in the office was technically yesterday, but we’re pretending it’s today! Before this designer adds ‘mom’ to her resume this summer, we thought we’d ask her a few questions while keeping her birthday celebration going!
What’s your title?
Senior Graphic Designer
Tell us what kind of accounts you work on.
Mostly the same four, but they’re relatively different. Two kind of food-based clients, a pharmaceutical product and a paint company.
Describe a typical day for you.
Design. Design. Design.
What are your favorite types of projects?
I like concepting when it’s not really confined – when it’s more whatever comes to mind. Oh, and building renderings in Photoshop. I don’t know why, but I think it’s neat to put stuff together so you have something to look at that’s better than flat.
Do you have a hobby?
Name one thing you really like about your job:
Other places I’ve worked have been very restricted but it’s very open here. It’s nice to be able to be more creative.
How would you spend a snow day?
Playing video games, watching horrible TV and cleaning. Yeah, I think those would be my main three.
What are you looking forward to most in 2017?
Having a baby!
Tell us your favorite item(s) on your desk:
Hmm. I have a ‘Beware of Attack Artist’ sign on my desk. Probably that and the pictures of my family.
Thanks for sitting down with us, Ashley!
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