Category Archives: Blog
‘Risk tolerance, ability to fail fast’ and ‘Balance of perfectionism with a bias for action’. This article put to words some skills and traits I think are helpful criteria when hiring a Social Media Manager.
In case you ever wonder how design happens (in terms of software), here is a very brief yet informative, easy to follow overview of Photoshop. Enjoy!!
Getting out into nature is the single best way for me to refresh my perspective—recognizing my place and acknowledging my frailty. This stunning video was a breath of fresh air today.
This video warmed my soul today. Our next issue of the Bittersweet Zine will in part focus on Community Gardens in DC. In my research this afternoon, I came across this inspiring video.
I think providing creative services for clients starts with asking good questions—questions that get you into the mind of your client, to see what they see, with clarity enough to create it. And nail it.
I swear I am still trying to come up with New Year’s Resolutions. This first quarter has FLOWN. Lots happening though—here’s what we’ve been up to:
We are thrilled to have launched Bittersweet Goods this week! This is the third part of the three-part Bittersweet vision: Creative Group, Zine, Goods. All working in concert with one another to achieve two primary goals.
Truly jaw-dropping. This video blew me away. Danny MacAskill dances across unbelievable terrain along his journey from Edinburgh to the Isle of Skye in northwest Scotland.
Corresponding with the release of the second issue of the Bittersweet zine (focused on Economic Empowerment in DC), we’ll make early Christmas shopping a bit easier by bringing you GORGEOUS GOODS that DO GOOD.
Bittersweet is an artistic, documentary-style magazine that seeks to tell stories of hope, love, joy, and selfless service even amidst the darkest poverty, corruption, disease, and devastation. Our pilot focuses on the issue of Sex Trafficking & Exploitation in Washington, … Continue reading