Design is Limitless. My First Week at Spark Corps!

Design is Limitless. My First Week at Spark Corps!

My name is Tania Saliba and I am a design apprentice here at Spark Corps...as of a week ago! Getting to know the company has been so exciting and enlightening. Never before have I worked in a place with such unique methods of problem solving, and such a wide definition of what design really is. I've already met so many wonderful, talented people. 

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Spark Corps Goes to KIDfest

Spark Corps Goes to KIDfest

Recently, the Spark Corps team was lucky enough to have the opportunity to go to an event called KIDfest right outside of Washington D.C. KIDfest, created by KID Museum, is the D.C. area’s largest annual family festival celebrating making, creativity, and innovation. The idea is to showcase creative projects and pursuits in order to encourage attendees to explore their own curiosity and ultimately make something new and different of their own. We love this idea and think it aligns very well with the goals of our children's design education line, Flashlight. 

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Inclusive Design: Spark Corps Goes to City Hall

Inclusive Design: Spark Corps Goes to City Hall

Recently Spark Corps started working on an exciting new project with the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs. The office's Welcoming Atlanta initiative is focused on ensuring that immigrants and refugees feel welcome and included as an integral part of Atlanta’s diverse community. To that end, the Office of Immigrant Affairs has chosen Spark Corps to help develop the visual identity of a new related initiative called iSpeakATL. 

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Spark Corps Goes to MODA

Spark Corps Goes to MODA

Hey there! My name’s Aaron, and I’m Spark Corps’ other new Design Apprentice. After just a little over a week, I’ve already met so many great people, and been involved with a ton of cool projects. As Spark Corps’ first-ever male hire, I feel honored to be a part of this talented team of women. In my first few days, I was also lucky enough to get to tag along for a discussion by another leading woman in the field of design. 

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