Fresh Thinking

Technology

The fresh Fresh desktop background

January 9, 2011

Our award winning designer built a fresh Fresh desktop computer background to help always inspire fresh thoughts in our team as one is moving from computer application to application. The background repeats some of our logo pattern, which resembles technology (left side circuit board and more logical part of brain) and creativity (right side of the brain) fused together in our people. Thought we would pass it along to any others that want to help inspire fresh thoughts. You can download the file here

Founder and CEO of Fresh Consulting, student of all things creative, innovative, and fresh, professional snowboard instructor trainer, father.

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