“Thank you so much for your hard work and lightning fast turnaround. We got what we asked for and then some. You have a great eye for design and did I mention you are fast! I’m so happy I’d wear a sandwich sign with your business name on it and stand on the street corners for a week. Is that weird?”
Kris Young, Vice President
“Sarah Mattern is by far the most creative and adaptive designer there is. More importantly, she is easy to work with and dependable; so much so that our clients actually ask to work with her again. Sarah’s qualities are a fundamental reason our company is doing well.”
Kevin Knapp, CEO
“Our MatternCo-designed sites regularly receive positive feedback for their clean, elegant designs and intuitive usability. Behind the scenes, Sarah has been a dream to work with, delivering three projects for us, each of which was on-time, on-budget, with no drama – only results.”
“Sarah Mattern is a pleasure to work with. A consummate professional - creative and collaborative - she is driven to provide top notch design whether for print or online. I would definitely work with her again on future projects.”
Anat Baron, Filmmaker, CEO
“Sarah is a great partner in creating online promotions. She has an excellent sense of design and her projects are always delivered on time and with no technical issues. I keep going back to her with additional work because I know from experience that I’ll be delighted with the results.”
Liz Kaplan, Project Manager
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Many psychologists and spiritual leaders believe our culture’s most prevalent suffering comes from our feelings of unworthiness— of somehow being flawed and deficient.
“Tell a Story” is the fourth of five basic ways to simplify your next creative project. Storytelling is a tool I use to simplify my design work, and it’s a practice that can be used to simplify other creative projects as well.
Holding on to a creative dream can be hard work in our busy modern lives. How can you harness your creative spark at the onset of a project and turn it into a slow burning resolve to create every day?
“Get inspired” is the third of five basic ways to simplify your next creative project. It’s something I do in my design work to get going and flowing, and it easily translates to other creative endeavors as well.
Backyard composting offers heaps of benefits. In honor of spring, here’s an illustrated guide for composting the simple way.