For our 2018 New Year’s greeting, we found renewed inspiration in one of our favorite core values. We hope you enjoy watching and have a happy new year.
Years ago, we started the tradition of helping our clients and friends welcome each New Year by sending them a post-holiday video greeting. This year’s video weaves together some of our favorite elements from past greetings. Using lots of voices and images from each of our offices, we focused on the magic that happens when we connect with each other.
As a communications major with an interest in broadcast journalism, my first summer internship was at a large television station where I was immersed in the hustle and bustle of reporters and police scanners. It’s where I first learned the saying “If it bleeds, it leads.” It’s also where I learned the media business is fierce and if I wanted a chance in the market, I had to have grit and be willing to trade my summer by the pool for several months of free labor. Thankfully, with monetary support from my folks and a pantry full of ramen noodles, I survived. But, even more than that, I had one of the most invaluable experiences of my career. READ MORE
To kick off the new year, we started a drawing, sent it to all of our offices across the U.S. and watched it evolve. When given room to grow, it’s exciting to see where creativity will lead.
There’s always much debate about tearing down the old and replacing it with new –especially when it’s tied to iconic buildings in our own community. The old Goodyear Auto Service Center building in downtown Charlotte will be demolished in October to make room for Tryon Place, a new mixed-use tower Little is working on with Crescent Communities. In this case, however, the old auto building is not only going out in style, it is breathing new life into a creative community. READ MORE
After a few minor paper cuts, youtube origami lessons and several heartbreaking glue stick fails, we are left with what matters to us most. Happy New Year!
Some people say there is no such thing as an ugly baby. Others say that some babies have a face that only a mom could love. With children of my own, I remember being pregnant and having nightmares of the latter. Of course, after the pregnancies were over the dreams stopped (thankfully, no ugly babies to report).
That is until I started managing the development and design of Little’s new website.
2014 is a big year for Little. Wishing everyone many reasons to celebrate this year.