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Buying an Office

On the topic of outgrowing what you have, forging a path forward, and finding a way to make big moves without getting ahead of yourself.
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Donating to Causes | June 2022

In lieu of more direct donations, we ramped up our volunteering/pro-bono efforts this year. Now, we’re experimenting with our approach.
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What does it mean to “Optimize” a website?

What does it mean to "optimize" a website? We keep optimization at the front of our minds when planning, designing, and developing a site.
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Working From Home

We asked our team to reflect on working from home, to consider the benefits, surprises, and potential obstacles we can still improve on.
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Volunteering & Community Service

How can we empower our team members to volunteer when they spend their daylight hours hard at work here? We took a crack at it.
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Checking in: Fall 2021

In 2021, the Mediocre team has continued with our equity efforts, grown our team, & participated in projects. We’re excited for 2022.
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Donating to Causes | October 2021

We’re energized by the missions of the organizations we’re connected with, and excited to see their positive impacts ripple outward.
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Donating to Causes | July 2021

Over the past few months, we attempted to maintain our focus on our back yard here in the Lexington community — some literally up the street.
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Mediocre Music Mix

Our team passes songs back and forth on Slack each day (but not literally every day). This music mix is what we've shared in 2021 so far.
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Clients We Love To Work With

Our client relationship philosophy is at the heart of everything we do. We asked our team to share their thoughts on being a design partner.
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Donating to Causes | March 2021

One of our goals is to be connected to a larger network of organizations doing impactful work. We want to learn from those we support.
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Industry Problem: Fiction

Creatives have to stick together. Bronson argues against an industry problem that says all art forms are not equal, perhaps not even valid.
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