Thought that title might get some attention, and it’s somewhat accurate. I’m talking about the people at the Atlanta Tech Village, who continues to try and remove “ATV” from the vernacular of its constituency and insert “The Village” or “Tech Village” and “Villagers” instead. So, since we’re “people at ‘The Village'”, it follows that we are, ahem, “Village People“, but I digress.
I like having my formal office – ok, my desk – at “The Village” (ATV is just so much easier to say) for a lot of reasons, but this week, two specific reasons come to mind: fun and professional. Both of these descriptors are illustrated in the video below, which was produced at The Village at the behest of Karen & Erin by the folks at Friendly Human.
This was the second time I’ve had the pleasure of working with Daniel, George & Co., at Friendly Human. The first was a marketing / demo video for deductmor, which was pivoted into c|d8a in July. It took less than 45 minutes of my time, and gave us a fantastic end result. That is the essence of a service provider: do something that I cannot do for myself, do it quickly, and do it very, very well for a reasonable price.