Six Easy Ways to Boost Your Employee’s Productivity

There’s a lot of reasons someone’s productivity may decrease. Everyone experiences days when they just want to curl up on the couch and watch their favorite TV series or read a good book. On those days when people want to do nothing, it’s hard for them to put a lot into their work. If an employee feels unseen…

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Crash in the Classroom: Our STEM Partnership with Walker County Schools (Pt. 2)

Starting this past September, the Crash Creative team has had the exciting opportunity to speak with sixty of Ridgeland High School’s brightest students about the tech world and their potential futures within it. These 10th-grade students are currently participating in the school’s STEM program, where they are learning the foundations of coding and computer language. According…

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Feature: Chattanooga’s Wecounsel

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Feature: Chattanooga’s SoundCorps

Music industry stakeholders banded together a number of times in past years with the intent to pull together a plan to bolster Chattanooga’s music scene and when enough noise was made, local philanthropic leaders took notice. The Lyndhurst Foundation and Benwood Foundation decided to commission an economic impact study to measure the impact that music…

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Feature: Chattanooga’s Carbon Five

Carbon Five is a digital product development consultancy founded in 2000 by 5 software developers in San Francisco. We are now more than 60 designers, developers & product managers, with offices in San Francisco, Santa Monica, Chattanooga and New York. We partner with our clients to create exceptional software and grow effective teams. What solution…

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Crash in the Classroom: Our STEM Partnership with Walker County Schools

The Crash Creative crew had the exciting opportunity to speak with sixty of Ridgeland High School’s brightest students about the tech world and their potential futures within it. These 10th-grade students are currently participating in the school’s STEM program, where they are learning the foundations of coding and computer language. According to the STEM Coalition’s website…

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Featrue: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga

My Town Tuesday is our summer series highlighting nonprofits in the Chattanooga area. This week, I spoke with Ansley Kellermann, Marketing and Special Events Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Greater Chattanooga. BBBS has been in the area for 60 years and has done a considerable amount of work in that time. BBBS serves Hamilton,…

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My Town Tuesday: Causeway

My Town Tuesday is our ongoing summer series that highlights nonprofits in the Chattanooga area.  This week, I spoke with Susanna Taft, the Senior Communications Intern at Causeway. Causeway got its start in 2010 as a crowdfunding platform. Citizens of the community proposed charitable causes, and Causeway provided a resource to help propel these causes into…

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Feature: Chattanooga’s 1N3

My Town Tuesday is our summer series where we highlight various local nonprofits. We’re writing to shed some light on the local superheroes who make our community great! This week, I spoke with Tiki Finlayson of 1N3. 1N3 is a nonprofit that seeks to prevent drunk driving and provide drug and alcohol awareness to the community.…

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Feature: Chattanooga’s Austin Hatcher Foundation

Austin Hatcher Foundation

This week, I spoke with Amy Jo Osborn, President and Co-Founder of the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer.  As a woman who has suffered devastating tragedy, she has dedicated her time to serving those who struggle with the diagnosis and impact of pediatric cancer. Osborn is no stranger to the unspeakable sadness that can…

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