Working summers…

29 Jul

Summers are always hard for those of us who work from home. Not just because the sunshine calls to us to leave our dreary desks, but also because we typically have a lot more going on. Vacations, kids activities (if you have children), gardening, etc etc. Last week I took 3 days off to teach an arts and crafts class to kids. I was nervous about it, but let me just say, as an artist, it was probably one of the best things I could have done. Kids have such vivid imaginations. They inspire you with just a thought or an idea. You give them something simple to do and they can make a million ideas that you hadn’t even considered. It was definitely a blessed little treat for me.

Gone Fishing!

Gone Fishing!

Now that it’s finished, I’m busy getting into the grind. We seem to have many programming projects about to start and a few design projects underway. Which is always a good thing, especially with the economy being so unstable right now.

Creative Fusion Pro is under development now and I’m really looking forward to seeing it blossom and bloom before our eyes. The more we delve into it, the more we seem to realize that the software we’re developing for this business has the potential to completely change the industry as we know it. Very exciting to be apart of it, to say the least. And ultimately, I can’t wait to see what it does for the graphic design industry itself.

Well I better get back to work, but I just wanted to stop in and say a quick hi and hello to everyone. Hope you all are doing fine.

Jen Walter
Creative Director
http://www.jwdesigncenter.com

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