Working as a Design Associate gives you the power to make decisions based on your customer’s needs. This can be relevant to designing, selling or problem solving with them.
Occasionally it’s fun to bring another Design Associate in on the project to get an alternative view. We call this partnering.
What do you think of this layout? Does this color combination work? Have you experienced this issue before? Is there another way, a better way?
Getting a colleague’s perspective can help you view certain scenarios from a different angle, which typically results in finding the perfect solution for our customers.
I truly believe that collaboration is the key to some of our best work.
What makes our group special is that we can bounce between autonomy and teamwork, without missing a beat. Professional balance is everything, and I think our Culver City team has mastered it!