On Monday we officially opened the St. Louis office back up. It’s completely rearranged to create more space for everyone, and is again equipped for in-person camaraderie and collaboration (and enhanced cleanliness!). We’re taking a hybrid approach.
Noah Jodice is now the newest member of our team, in the role of Illustrator for summer 2021.
A big welcome to Jake Woodard, a new Project Manager here at Tremendousness!
We’re very excited to welcome another new member of our team, Hannah Fales, as a design intern for the summer.
Izabella Vadovicky has been with Tremendousness since the beginning of the year and we’re more psyched than ever to have her as part of the team.
Here are 10 links (and a hello) from one of our amazing designers/illustrators.
Workshops are a powerful and efficient way to define and align on strategy. And while in-person gatherings have certain upsides, the virtual setting gives you a number of opportunities to design a workshop that is fun, dynamic, and yields results.
Ari Abraham, Tremendousness’ new Lead Strategist, takes over the link roundup this week.
Complexity, focus, burnout, new experiences, Nordic happiness, and more.
Mechanical watch dials are an excellent example of an industry embracing complexity but not making it complicated. The thought that goes into a feature-rich dial is a good representation of how we think about the synthesis and packaging of complex information into digestible, visual nuggets here at Tremendousness.
The typography of pencils, new historical information design books, microcopy, The Linda Lindas, and more.