Archive for Topic: Social Responsibility

“It is not impermanence that makes us suffer. What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent when they are not.” – Thich Nhat Hanh Covid-19 changes everything. It is both a virus and a social fact with multivarious, massive and far-reaching effects on nearly every human life on the planet. From our readings,…

Yes, you can maintain your own WordPress website and run into zero problems along the way. But that rarely happens. There a number of critical tasks that need to happen regularly to ensure your site maintenance proceeds well.

In 2018, we are revamping (or repurposing) the Purpose Project, providing a similar level of pro bono support within a slightly different framework. We learned a lot from last year and will be changing our application criteria somewhat.

A brand guide is the cornerstone of building a powerful, recognizable brand identity. It is an essential tool in the shaping all future marketing materials. We build a guide for Beeproject Apiaries and to standardize their brand identity, heightening visibility and credibility in the minds of customers.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, widely credited with inventing the web in 1991, recently received the Turing Award. The prize is basically a Nobel for nerds—and it includes a $1 million in funds courtesy of our friends at Google. The early and sometimes goofy web that Sir Berners-Lee created is now a sophisticated, trusted and (sometimes hostile) reserve of information, ideas, and communities.

Manoverboard celebrated its 15th anniversary in January. While I’m not big on celebrating business-focused events, I am well aware that this is a milestone. I’ve reflected upon this anniversary quite a bit, actually. Staying in business for a single year is hard. Doing it for 15 years somehow seems like defeating the odds.

I like to think that life is like a marathon, in that everyone races for their own reasons. Sometimes you meet up with fellow runners and other times you come to a fork in the road where you part ways. You must be lead by your inner voice telling you what is important, rather then just finishing the race with the best time or the most calories burned.

The work of a designer, developer and writer is never really done. There can always be one more tweak, one more little adjustment, one more phone call with a client, and just one more eentsy second guess.

As a member organization of 1% for the Planet, Manoverboard gives the equivalent of one percent of all revenues to select nonprofit partners that are benefiting the environment.

Manoverboard is a Certified B Corporation, which means that we meet ongoing, rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.