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ArtPop Class of 2020

ArtPop Charlotte – Class of 2020

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You guys. I have news. Really big crazy amazing news. A gelatin monotype print of mine, Wall Dive, has been selected for the ArtPop Charlotte class of 2020! Starting in mid-January, Wall Dive will be displayed on billboards, newsstands, airport charging stations, shopping center digital kiosks, and more all year! The first billboard location will be on I-77, just north of the LaSalle St. exit. I believe it will be on the left side of the highway, but visible to northbound traffic. Here’s a map link for you, and I’ll share photos as soon as I can! It is currently being shown…

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How To Public Speaking

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  Have you all heard of Ignite? An Ignite evening is made up of short talks on interesting subjects. Each speaker has 5 minutes (and 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds) to tell you about something they’re passionate about. Here in Charlotte, we’re getting ready for Ignite Charlotte 5 and I’m honored to be one of the speakers! I’ll be giving you tips on How To Get Pretty Much Anyone To Do Pretty Much Anything. I’m launching the battle early with my ENFP inclinations, and making myself begin working on my talk now in the hopes of finishing strong and avoiding…

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A New Kirtsy

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Super exciting news to share, y’all! Kirtsy relaunched yesterday! I’m one of the co-founders and we’ve been working hard for about 5 months (or 3 years, depending on how you want to look at it) to get a completely new site up. The old site was a great experiment in crowd-sourcing. But as the web has become more crowded, Kirtsy became less of a resource and more of a, how shall we say, crackhouse. For spammers. With the new Kirtsy we wanted to preserve what we loved about the old Kirtsy (finding great stuff online) and present it in a way…

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Revival Market

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  Friends. Texans. People who love food. I’m excited to show you something we made. It’s a logo and a website. For an amazing place: Revival Market. Revival is a locally-sourced grocer, butcher shop, coffee shop, and restaurant all wrapped up in one hip store that opened in March, in Houston. We had the great honor (and luck) of getting to design for these folks, and we couldn’t be happier with how it all turned out. Co-owners Ryan Pera (from Charlotte, y’all!) and Morgan Weber were the best kind of clients: smart, interested, opinionated and creative. No wonder the store is…

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Sign of the Times

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Well folks. It’s official. We have been in our LEAP office for a full year now, so we decided “what the heck, let’s put some signs up!” There are many advantages to being tucked away in our sweet, squat little 1950s building, but we think our clients (and more importantly, our potential clients) will appreciate us making it a little easier to find our office. What can I say, we’re givers. So now you have no excuse not to visit us. And as soon as the Diamond reopens across the street, just give us a shout as you’re pulling in…

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calling all web developers!

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LEAP Design is seeking experienced VB.Net developers for freelance projects in Charlotte, NC. Please, no third parties or agencies. Experience with the following technologies is essential: ASP.Net — VB or C# — Web Forms — AJAX Toolkit — VS 2008 and VS 2005 SQL 2005 and 2000 jQuery Experience with the following could increase opportunities: ASP.Net — MVC framework — NHibernate — Web Services php MySQL Drupal WordPress Work would be project-priced or hourly. At this point there are no plans to convert position to full-time. Are you perfect for the job? Then by all means, contact us immediately! Do you know someone…

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