The Benefits of Working at a Start Up #3 admin | September 25th, 2008

The crowdSPRING crew tests and tests and tests some more in order to make sure the site is running efficiently for our users. We want to make sure that we are aware of any issues / bugs, and we try out new features before unleashing them upon the internets (I made that word plural on purpose, folks!).

However, it doesn’t mean we can’t have fun with our testing. Case in point: A new project, created by Chris, titled “Photoshop Jerome’s Head on Dolly Parton.” The creative brief states, “You know what to do. Make it sweet. This is blog fodder. Big time.”

Our beloved Customer Support Guru has now changed genders, enhanced some, uh, assets, and we’re all better off because of it. Click on the image above for the full view, including contributions from Sean and Chris. Unfortunately, Chad is too busy doing “real work” and loving Ghostbusters. I, on the other hand, am very proud of my creation and my 5 star Buyer rating.

What should our next project be? Personally, I would like to have my head on a dinosaur in the most realistic manner possible!

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  • drik

    Great to see that the crew is involved in making things better and not just waiting aside to see what bugs others report.

  • fredK

    Your next project should obviously be “dress your desk neighbor”, cut-out style. 😀
    Basically, you dress up a paper doll (or virtual paper doll, or physical being) of the person occupying the next work station over from you, clock-wise. Cross-dressing would be allowed. Encouraged. Don’t forget wigs! And we expect pics of the whole mess…

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