We won’t bore you with the day to day details of organizing the business segments, but we are happy to report that everything is running like clockwork and we continue to keep ahead of schedule regarding the milestones of our business plan. This includes the comparison between our existing design software and use of the new software we have been testing.
We have decided to use the new organic design software in addition to our current in-house program, but we have a steep learning curve ahead of us in the excellent training courses offered by the developers. We hope to be sufficiently trained to allow us to keep to the timeline of our business plan and have organic designs modeled and available for inclusion in our catalog of albums by end of May.
Investigation into the offsite payment process, and file services, continues and we have, so far, found excellent results in the professionalism and quality of the proposals we have encountered, in regard to our concern over security issues both for ourselves and of our customers.
To this point things are going much more smoothly than we had anticipated, let us hope this continues to be so.
In closing, I would like to point out the obvious. Our mentality is so ingrained in accepting mass production that we never consider it, it disappears into our consciousness so completely that it lacks interest and becomes unnoticeable. So take a few seconds of your day, stop and take a look at the everyday items you use and ask yourself, “Could this be better designed to suit my own personal comfort and style”? Then it will become interesting.
Quote of the week:
“Design is where science and art break even.”