Well, it’s pretty simple, actually. It’s to help people. We help people, and then they create.
We work with graphic designers to make a product that’s really great. We know that this is an audience we want, and we’re working to please them. It’s not that we don’t think we’re helping the customer, it’s just we feel like we’re fulfilling our core responsibility to them to help them achieve their goal. We have a vision, and that’s our job.
What will you do if the customers stop coming to your website?
Well, first of all, we don’t make any money off our site, we’re just trying to make the product we believe in very well.
So we just want customers to keep coming back so we have lots of great stuff that people can enjoy. That’s our objective.
When they stop coming back we’ll let them know. We’re going to be here as long as customers want to come back to see the product. And we’ll continue to try new ideas, keep improving, and keep going.
What’s your favorite part of the job?
The product is really hard work. I know I could do it in 3 or 4 easy hours every day. But it’s tough work, lots of hours, it’s all about getting the right product that’s really good.
I think there’s really one great thing about being a graphic designer, even if you’re just going back and forth to the drawing board or to your client’s computer. It’s hard to sit back, and I think that’s something that designers often don’t get a chance to do.
A New Year’s Eve celebration at the home of the late Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney has been thrown into chaos when the roof at the residence of the Prime Minister’s niece burst in the late hours of the night.
The roof of the residence, in front of the grand fireplace inside the residence – where the guests enjoyed a lavish dinner by the pool, on an outdoor terrace – opened as the PM’s nephew, Mike Mulroney, and his family made their way back to their guest room with the fireworks.
But as they left and headed home along a sidewalk, the roof of the house burst open and the roof was tossed across the street, throwing a massive pillar of smoke into the sky as it shot towards the city.
The fire spread through the ground-floor guest room