Tag Archives: teamwork

Todd Pierce  

A Creative’s Guide to Collaboration   April 30, 2019

I am sure everyone has heard the old saying “there is no I in TEAM”—and yes I can feel your eyes rolling just thinking about it. Whether the statement is dated or not, the meaning still speaks the truth. Being a designer may seem like a very independent type of work, and although many designers tend to work on their Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

Six Questions for Amy Clardy   January 28, 2019

Get to know the newest member to join the BatesMeron team, Amy Clardy! Amy is our new Account Manager, bringing with her extensive industry experience and plenty of personality. I interviewed Amy as part of our 6 Questions feature: a series of one-on-one interviews with people we work with who make us proud. Sometimes I like to turn the tables and put our Continue Reading

     
Carlie Miller  

The Power of Project Management   December 4, 2018

Project management is something we take seriously here at BatesMeron. Behind every logo, tagline, brochure or website we create for a client is a planned series of steps to ensure that a creative project makes it into a client’s hands on time and as expected. While the work of my role as an Account Manager at BatesMeron isn’t as outwardly Continue Reading

     
Joshua P. Ferguson  

Our 2018 WeeTreat Workshop   May 15, 2018

As a gaggle of designers and word nerds, the BatesMeron team is really good at keeping its proverbial nose to the grindstone. Lately, we’ve almost been too good. With so much dedicated plugging away going on, we’ve been overdue to spend some QT with another aspect of what makes being part of the BMSD team so great: the team itself. Continue Reading

     
Melissa Muñoz  

Teamwork: BMSD On Working Together   November 15, 2016

“We have a big week ahead of us—it’s crunch time.”  This is a sentiment commonly heard around our small but mighty agency. Like most, we navigate our days with hard deadlines, full to-do lists and jam-packed calendars. The challenge at hand for us typically lies in wanting to create stunning, impactful work in a reasonable amount of time. This is a challenge we Continue Reading

     
Fred Schaaf  

Team Building: Go Cubs Go vs Go-Go White Sox   October 20, 2015

This September, the BMSD crew took a half-day at the office and headed to the Friendly Confines on the North Side of Chicago for our annual baseball outing. We’ve been taking these yearly baseball trips since 2013 and we keep coming back for one reason—we all have a great time together. There are plenty of studies that show that coworkers Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

6 Questions for: Taylor Wells   May 5, 2015

Meet Taylor Wells. He just joined our team—taking on the role of copywriter, resident history buff and fellow “Game of Thrones” watcher. Taylor is a Mizzou alum who hails from our great state of Illinois. His outgoing personality, wit and swan-like characteristics have been a welcomed addition to our Sweet Design family. I interviewed Taylor as part of our 6 Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

6 Questions for: Carlie Miller   April 8, 2015

Carlie Miller is the newest member of the BatesMeron team and our resident Account Coordinator. She has a knack for all things crafty, playing the ukelele and keeping our creative team organized, so naturally, she is a great fit. I interviewed Carlie as part of our 6 Questions feature: a series of one-on-one interviews with people we work with who’ve Continue Reading

     
Chuck Sanchez  

5 Signs That You Need a Design Team   March 24, 2015

Business owners have a plethora of decisions to make on a daily basis. Many of these decisions require an owner to weigh the cost vs. benefit of a vendor, hire or service. Marketing and design is the multi-faceted monster that everyone knows they need but most think they cannot or should not afford. A “design team” can be found in Continue Reading

     
Rachel Skybetter  

The Perks of Being Boutique   December 23, 2014

Just over a year ago, I left the bureaucracy and polictics of higher education to pursue a career in the agency world. I didn’t want to be at just any agency—I wanted to be part of a small creative team where I wouldn’t be another number handling one account. I found that, and much more, in BatesMeron. Here are five examples of the Continue Reading