Why our clients help us Tango
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Common Threads Almost without exception, our clients: appreciate the simplicity of modern style have traveled, either in college or for business are college graduates respect the environment are tech & social media savvy want both efficiency and clean line design have a quick sense of humor We’ve traded books, shared the design process with the [...]
Almost without exception, our clients:
- appreciate the simplicity of modern style
- have traveled, either in college or for business
- are college graduates
- respect the environment
- are tech & social media savvy
- want both efficiency and clean line design
- have a quick sense of humor
We’ve traded books, shared the design process with the curious of all ages, treated their animals as family members, & integrated their product choices in with our design.
We’ve enabled them to participate in the remaking of their kitchen however much or little they wanted.
One client we had saved all the cardboard packaging from her flat packed cabinet shipment – not a small amount, at about 135 boxes.
She used it for biodegradable weed control under the mulch in their entire yard. They’d planted the whole thing in edible plants & fruit bearing trees & bushes. Did you know that there are such things as yellow raspberries?
Those same people also had a worm bin in their kitchen which they used to compost table scraps into highly enriched fertilizer for their yard & garden. It had no smell whatsoever, unless you count clean topsoil odor as a smell.
Another client had switched her whole family’s diet over to natural unprocessed foods. That included real butter, grass fed beef, whole grain breads & seasonal fruits and vegetables like figs, strawberries, squash & potatoes.
She loaned me a book called Real Food, which also convinced me to go the real food route.
We rock, because they rock. Thank you.
Yup – it takes two to Tango. In short, our clients are cool, interesting people. They make our job fun & they appreciate our talents. What more could we ask for?
Ok, more of the same for 2011, please!