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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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Without a Whiteboard

by Olivia Haas

The design universe is filled with creative tools that orbit every step of the process. The whiteboard is widely recognized as an indispensable one in ideation. The shiny white surface promises the potential for endless thought…
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Sharing Financials: How and Why

by Alex Gilbert

P’unk Avenue is a cash flow business. Money comes in as we complete projects for our clients, and goes out in the form of payroll, health insurance, rent, supplies, and services. We are able to keep…
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Finding The Right Way To Enjoy Something You Thought You Hated

by Ben Rosenbach

About six months ago I found myself with the opportunity to shift some of my development time away from one of our biggest and longest-standing projects and towards some more traditional client development. It was an…
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States of P'unks

by Alex Gilbert

In the fall of 2011 two transformative things happened at P’unk Ave: We had our first significant scare in regards to the health of our upcoming project pipeline. We started taking seriously how we tracked sales,…