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Notes and news, insights and inspiration from the autonomous collective mind of GS.
My very first blog post, I suppose it’s appropriate that it marks a significant point in my career. For the past six months or so I’ve had the pleasure of working on a project that has been truly fulfilling. I’m pretty passionate about my projects in general. I consider myself a “dedicated” project manager – but this, this project was different. I felt like I was doing something for the greater good. And I know that my fellow GS team members felt the same way.
The yearlong project GS has been working on for SRAM called the pART PROJECT has come to a successful close.
GS helped SRAM find artists from around the country to participate. We sent them 100 random SRAM parts and challenged them with making a sculpture incorporating some of the parts.
Kudos to GS hometown client PDS on landing Malcolm Gladwell as the keynoter for its annual technology conference. Gladwell is a long-time staff writer for The New Yorker and renowned public speaker. He’s famous for inverting the paradigm – taking the received knowledge about a subject and flipping it on its head to reveal new and startling insights.
GS is working on an awesome project for SRAM right now. The coolest brand in cycling has asked us to help create and manage a bike art competition.
We're selecting 50 artists from around the country to participate and sending them a box of 100 SRAM bike parts. The artists are creating free-standing sculptures using at least 25% of the parts.
Every year, GS Design helps the Milwaukee Muscular Dystrophy Association put on its biggest fund-raiser of the year: the Milwaukee Black-N-Blue Ball – an annual event that raises thousands of dollars to help children with Muscular Dystrophy. And not only is the Ball a rewarding event, it's a great time!
Whom would you rather hang out with: a global manufacturing mini-conglomerate or a cosmopolitan group of people working together to make things better? If your answer is No. 2, you’re going to like the new Jason.
GS recently had the opportunity to work with MPI Coin to redesign its robust e-commerce site, coinsofamerica.com. The goal for this interesting project centered around creating an improved user experience, along with an all-new brand-centric, shopper-friendly design.