Author: Sarah

It’s tough not to be impacted by seasonality when choosing brand colours. Currently I’m drawn to dark, cozy tones evocative of fire, good heavy wine, blanket, couch, book. And then in the next breath I’m enraptured with cool icy palettes - frosted blues and aquas only...

Quality Bakery to the Invermere Bakery - Why the name change, after 30 years? In 2013, Peter decided it was time to reassess the bakery’s “packaging” inside and out. What truly defines The Bakery – its people, products and space?  Through discussions with Sabina Rogers, staff...

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There is weariness - ennui - when we stray from our authentic purpose in life. Authenticity is a beautiful word that is under threat of co-optation and over use - like "abundance" and "opportunity" and "challenge". Business speak can strangle language. But I digress...

On the bottom of all Origin invoices is a quote from Kahlil Gibran "Work is love made visible". Why? It's a public reminder that when we do what we love, we are free from the onerous. All monied work has aspects of drudgery but when we find our rhythm, even the mundane tasks involved in running a business can be accomplished with ease.

What does Surface mean to you? To the world at the moment? A medium. A platform. Or Exteriority. Superficiality. Complacency in the face of the mounds of electronic waste we first worlders all continue to produce. Surface is Microsoft's volley, expected and in hand with Windows 8, their latest operating system gyration

Give me a well-written article or literate software documentation over a video tutorial any day. Video is powerful, yes. But when it comes to conveying the inner workings of a programmer's mind, it seems to me an excuse for poor articulation. Showing a series of mouse clicks