Posts Tagged ‘office’

Axiomport has moved!

May 4th, 2018 by Scott Johnson

Axiomport’s world headquarters has moved! We left our heart on Mass Ave but we moved everything else to the Circle City Industrial Complex. Since 1996, we’ve loved our Mass Ave space and enjoyed watching the avenue mature into a unique Indy destination for food, drinks, theatre and the arts. We haven’t gone far though, just

Ap Home Office – Cindy

July 6th, 2017 by Cindy Lory

I feel fortunate that our profession allows us to work from almost anywhere. Anywhere with Wi-Fi, that is, which is pretty much anywhere. We can connect with co-workers and clients from a car, a conference, or even a beach. So working from home seemed like a natural progression, since our work can go with us

Ap Home Office – Scott

June 1st, 2017 by Scott Johnson

We all have friends that work from home and tell us how great it is but I have to admit, I was a skeptic. Arguments ranging from the good (less commute, more productivity) to the bad (distractions at home or, conversely, not being able to take a break from working) seemed so extreme that they

Ap Home Office – Cleve

February 8th, 2017 by Cleve Skelton

Changing the Paradigm At Axiomport we’re changing our work environment, splitting our time between Axiomport HQ on Mass Ave and our new independent home office spaces. After spending many years working in a traditional office environment, it’s fun to change it up by working at home where you can eliminate your commute, listen to your

Axiomport Home Office – Kristine

November 15th, 2016 by Kristine Warski

Flexible work space is a game changer! I write this from a somewhat limited experience, but I can tell you that it has been a great experience the last few months. Having the opportunity to meet downtown at Axiomport headquarters and exchange ideas and thoughts in person with our team is a great way to

Axiomport Home Office – Pat

October 8th, 2016 by Axiomport

Like many creatives, Pat has always had something of a home office, but now she is enjoying the convenience of working from home on a regular basis. Pat’s two dogs—Bailey, a Jack Russell terrier mix, and Henry, a “very cute but we’re not sure what exactly” mix—are also enjoying Pat’s new work arrangement and are