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Family at Blurb
26 Apr 2017

The Balancing Act: How Blurb Parents Juggle Work and Kids

It’s almost May, and the sunshine is finally peeking through the clouds. As temperatures start to rise, you’ve probably noticed your company calendar filling up with PTO alerts for summer travels.  For us adults, breaks in school no longer mean a break from having to be somewhere, but they do mean something to those of us with kids. With Spring Break behind us and Summer...

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Culture Corner: Lady Bosses at Blurb
08 Mar 2017

Culture Corner: Lady Bosses at Blurb

March 8 is International Women’s Day—in honor of that we bring you a post on women in leadership roles at Blurb: Last summer, when I was first interviewing with Blurb, one of the first things I noticed was the high number of women in senior level roles at the company. In fact, approximately 39% of director and above level roles at Blurb are held by...

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Blurb at Modernism Week
24 Feb 2017

Blurb at Modernism Week

“Why are we here?” I said in answer to a gentleman in enormous sunglasses who was leafing through a copy of CATT Architects 30 Years. “Even books need vacations.” I was joking, of course, because the books, like me, had been working hard all weekend, representing Blurb in (somewhat) sunny Palm Springs for Modernism Week, an annual celebration of Midcentury Modern architecture. Palm Springs is sort...

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Blurb at Adobe MAX
07 Nov 2016

Blurb at Adobe MAX

Last week I shrugged off my introverted self and headed south to San Diego and Adobe Max 2016. According to reports there were upwards of 10,000 attendees walking the aisles of the convention center as Adobe and their partners showcased the latest and greatest in the world of creative technology. In addition to the massive list of sessions, labs and creativity workshops there were vendors...

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Bricks and Books: A Midsummer’s Night Revelry in London
26 Jul 2016

Bricks and Books: A Midsummer’s Night Revelry in London

Every quarter RIBA, (Royal Institute of British Architects) opens its beautiful 1930s Art Deco headquarters in London. Late into the evening, they host architectural fans for cheerful mingling and serious discussion. This June, Anthony Hoete talked about the topic of bricks and books. Hoete, the director of WHAT_architecture, argued that the book has surpassed the building as the legitimate means of architectural expression. A prodigious...

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