The opportunity to use your creativity knows no bounds here. Creativity isn’t just about work. It's about achieving work-life balance. And leaning into our hobbies and passions to fuel inspiration and innovation, in everything we do.
We express individuality and ingenuity by taking risks, sharing laughs, and experimenting. Sharing GIFs is as important as scheduling a brainstorming session in our book. Sometimes it may seem a bit silly, other times a tad more serious, but when it comes down to it, we're in the creativity business.
Daily, we chat and share ideas we’re working on, and other things swirling and forming in our minds. We check on each other to see how the day is going or “how was your weekend?” Connections are our secret sauce to elevating everyone's creative minds, collectively and individually.
We are involved in the lives of those around us. We hold team integrations, both off and online. We believe they’re crucial to keeping our engagement and spirit.
We allow for creativity to brew over some brew, and have space for spontaneous 1-on-1s and small team calls – and we always keep the videos on in those settings. That way, whether we meet online or in person, we feel each other’s energy, respect each other’s visions and approaches, and let the creative process breathe.
We use tools and strategies that make us comfortable collaborating no matter the configuration of our team. Even though we're comfortable, we don’t settle. Instead, we go further and further.
Utilizing tools such as Miro and Marvel, we come together to foster creativity from little sproutlings into a full flourishing forest.
From whiteboarding ideas, to creating mockups, to even drawing out our visions and things we cannot explain in words. Then we work on them in tandem, or leave them in an asynchronous space to balloon and bubble into something beyond what we can conceive.
Our breakout team meetings, such as the one in the Content Team, are structured for an informal coffee chat where we talk about our lives, our pets, our food obsessions, our travels, our thoughts, our inspirations – in this way we even see ideas start to form in this setting that will later inspire our work when we return to them in a more formal setting.
We set aside larger meetings each week (and other periodic intervals) to review what we’re working on, talk about where we’re stuck, to ask for input and advice, and to give it as well – all with respect.
We cooperate throughout multiple time zones, within the time slots that fit us best, while giving us the possibility to allocate slots of uninterrupted time for our own creative work.