This weekend the gapingvoid homepage made a big change that was a long time coming- now you you no longer have to be a friend or family to ‘get’ what we do 😀
The actual business model is the same as before, it’s just a lot more apparent now, especially to people outside the gapingvoid club:
We make art that helps companies affect real change, both inside and outside the organization.
We amplify your ideas in ways that deeply impact your teams, customers and stakeholders.
We use scientifically validated methods to ignite creativity, spread ideas and articulate shared purpose.
We enable meaningful conversations and get people to work smarter, more creatively, and stay focused on the things that really matter.
We give you the tools you need to move your business: Intellectually, creatively and profitably.
We moved the blog over from the homepage to gapingvoid.com/blog.
I’m still drawing as many cartoons as before, and the the coolest newsletter on the face of the earth still goes out, five times a week.
gapingvoid started out as my personal blog over twelve years ago, now it’s about something much larger and exciting: Using art to help businesses change.
People ask, as an artist, why are you so obsessed with the office? And I answer, because that is where the action is, that is where we all need the most help.
Sure, there are other places where the human drama takes place: homes, bars, restaurants, schools, shops, the street etc. But considering how central business is to our lives, I find it odd that more people don’t understand how important art can be to the work environment. So gapingvoid is on a mission to help them understand this better.
Hope you like the new design, and if you think you can help us with our mission, we’d love to talk to you. Email: hugh at gapingvoid. Thanks!
Looks really good, Hugh.
I think you’re more than a business now. More like an industry. A good thing in my book!
Well done. Nice responsive design + the design better reflects the quality of your content.
Hot damn, give the designer(s) a hug! From small screen to giant, this is fabulous.
Congratulations to the team, -Steve