We’re proud to announce that we’ve been selected to design and develop the website for the Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association (CWEDA). CWEDA is focused on bringing jobs and attracting and retaining businesses to the area. It’s headed by former Camas Mayor Paul Dennis and is managed by representatives of Camas, Washougal and the Port of Camas-Washougal. Welcome aboard, CWEDA!
The Workshed offices will be closed from 10/11 – 10/18 for a company holiday. We’ll be back in the offices on Wednesday, 10/19. If you have an urgent need, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, “URGENT” and we will respond as quickly as possible. Otherwise, you can leave us a voicemail or e-mail email@example.com and we will respond upon our return.
Thanks, and enjoy your week!
Yes, that’s right, we have moved to a new (well, sort of old) office space! Workshed is now located in the Clara St. Building, on NE Birch St. We are directly above Caffe Piccolo and next door to Furman Pictures (who is, coincidentally, in our old space from when we used to be in this building a few years ago—it’s a long story). We’re looking forward to working at our new space and sharing it with the Camas Farmers Market and the Downtown Camas Association. Feel free to give us a call and make an appointment to stop by and see the new digs!
307 NE Birch St.
Camas, WA 98607
In celebration of our 14th year in business, we’re taking a vacation! That’s right, the Workshed team is going to take a break from 2/26 – 3/6. During this time, we will not be taking calls or responding to e-mails unless it’s an absolute emergency. We’ll be back in the office on 3/7 and will catch up on requests and correspondence as fast as we can. In the meantime, we hope you’re having an excellent 2011 so far!
So, we have good news and sad news today. Good news is that we have a new employee as of last Wednesday. Everyone, meet Mr. Matt Imus. Matt’s our new go-to guy and he brings with him a strong background in interactive design. We’re pleased to have him aboard and we’re sure you’ll be pleased to work with him. You can check out his personal site here. Welcome aboard, Matt!
The sad news? Well, it’s not often in this industry that an employee hangs around for more than a year or so. Let’s face it, Interactive work can have high turnover. Jason Bennett was our first employee, ever. He worked with me when Workshed was still a home-based business, became our art director and oversaw the design and development of sites and projects for Subaru, The JGS Forward Thinking Museum and the re-branding of Lacamas Community Credit Union. Jason’s been our rock for four-plus years now. While we’re sad to see him go, we are excited for him and the new adventures he’s going to seek. And not to fret too much: he’ll also be contracting for us for awhile. Jason, we appreciate all you’ve given to Workshed over the years and hope you feel equally rewarded by your time spent here.
And to leave on a positive note: keep your eyes out for a fresh new look and feel for the Workshed web site as well as new hosting options. We promise, it’ll be cool.
Workshed had an extreme stroke of luck and landed some free office furniture from a very kind person over the weekend. Take a look at our before and after photos and let us know what you think.