50 states project
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May 15, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Portland, Maine–based designer Tyler Karu tells us how flipping homes got her business going while the economy was in a slump, why she added an art advisor to her team and how hiring a project manager changed her firm’s trajectory.
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April 29, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Lexington, Kentucky–based designer Benjamin Deaton tells us why he keeps two handymen on staff, how a retail store helped him target new clients and why he’s not obsessed with book deals or fabric lines to know he’s made it.
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April 24, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Mission Hills, Kansas–based designer Annie Anderson tells us how being a top salesperson at Ralph Lauren translated into a design career, why she wrestles with how big she wants her career to be, and why she’s never needed a website.
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April 9, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Indianapolis-based designer Whittney Parkinson tells us how she learned to create boundaries with clients, why she refuses to take on out-of-state jobs, and why she never shares her sources on Instagram.
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April 5, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Chicago-based designer Joy Williams of Joyful Design Studio tells us how her law career has shaped the way she structured her design business, why working with a virtual assistant was a game-changer, and the pros and cons of showing picture-perfect renderings to clients.
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March 26, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Boise, Idaho–based designer Jordan Yankovich tells us how a business coach helped her get honest with herself about hourly billing, how she has reframed the way she thinks about delegating, and why growth for her firm is all about client experience.
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March 19, 2022
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii–based designer Barbie Palomino tells us about bouncing back after two challenging partnerships, how staging offered a quick creative fix and financial stability, and how island life has forced her to reassess everything from the materials she specifies to her definition of success.
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