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Saying "Thank You"

by Ilyssa Kyu

As the national holiday for thankfulness is upon us, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on something we often take for granted—the opportunity to be grateful. This weekend while cleaning, I came across a…
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Always Be Human: The Story of P’unk Culture

by Geoff DiMasi

With our 10 year anniversary in our sights on April 1, 2015, we have started down the path to capturing the story of how culture at P’unk Ave has emerged with a particular focus on the…
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An Artist's View of a Life's Work

by Geoff DiMasi

Yesterday, my friend and cofounder of Indy Hall wrote a post on art in coworking spaces. It was great, but missing one important detail in my opinion, so I wrote him today: [7:11am] Geoff How is…
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What I Learned In My First Year At P'unk Ave

by Matt Goold

Today marks my one year anniversary of working for P’unk Ave and it’s led me do a bit of reflective thinking. I am happy to say that professionally this year represents my greatest output of work,…
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Doing Good Work

by Rachel Messeck

As an agency that focuses our work in the areas of health and wellness, education, arts and culture, and urbanism, we often work with clients who serve at-risk communities. We pride ourselves on doing good work…
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From Good to Great

by Sloan Miller

What does it take to move the needle from good to great? Sometimes after an extraordinary amount of work, sweat, and even tears, a great product or solution still eludes you. You feel that no matter…
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League of P'unks

by Priya Tirtha

In the midst of all the great things we do around P’unk Ave to maintain togetherness and camaraderie on our team: The P’unk Retreat Khronyships Breakfasts on Monday mornings Friday afternoon lunches Laser Tag Outings Plenty…
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Show, Don't Tell

by Joel Smith

So the seer spoke as untroubled he held his all-bronze shield. No symbol was fixed to his shield's circle. For he does not wish to appear the bravest, but to be the bravest, as he harvests…
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What P'unks care about

by Thomas Boutell

What do P'unks care about? Joel Smith cares about the worldwide JavaScript developer community. Kyle Stetz cares about building enthusiasm for open source. And Olivia Haas has learned how to climb the open source mountain while…
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Teams @ P'unk

by Matt Coppola

At P’unk Ave we have teams. The teams are designed to handle client projects from start to finish, and each member contributes their expertise at every stage. This means designers get to work with the developers…
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What Are You Bringing To The Table?

by Matt Goold

With Fathers Day just passing us on the calendar, it has me thinking about my dad. Except this year, I'm looking at him through a slightly different lens as I am soon to be a father…
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Beer, Bacon, and Birthdays

by Rachel Messeck

P’unk Ave is a pretty unusual place to work. From the fact that we have four showers in our studio, to the fancy door handles with locking mechanisms none of us can figure out, to a…
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What it Means to be a Khrony

by Ilyssa Kyu

When we talk about the work that we do and the types of clients we work with, we often mention the desire to create and contribute to the kind of city and world we want to…
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Why I became a Philadelphian

by Jan Mlcoch

It was the fall of 2011, I was in my college dorm room, and I was on the phone with someone 3,000 miles away having the worst interview of my life. “This is supposed to be…
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Caffeine and Mastery

by Ben Rosenbach

One of my favourite things about P'unk Avenue is the culture we create around mastery. Mastery is one of three tenets that determine whether a new project will take us one step closer to the company…