Posts Tagged ‘Jessica Moreland’
If Trident Design, LLC were an army, they would be fighting the war against mediocre design, inferior products, and bad branding. A strong army we would be; Chris would be the general overseeing the whole operation and making sure that everything goes according to plan, strategizing if you will. The design team would double as the artillery taking all of the long shots, deciding what areas to attack, and reaping all of the credit behind the scenes. The salesmen are the marines, the first to battle fighting for their lives, totally dependent on the next sale (or kill). And of course the office manager would have to be the combat nurse who’s there to patch up everyone’s wounds and who gets you prepared to go back into the storm.
This brings me to the point. Three of our sharpest shooters here at Trident are Jessica Moreland, Joel Beebe, and Chris Trunek. Jessica is the “go to girl”, design manager, plotting the coordinates and telling her men where to go and when to move. The design process is one more of delegation as opposed to a dictatorship, and you can’t really tell a designer what to do. Instead you have to point them in the direction and inspire them to get on the same page. Jessica does this well. Then there’s Joel, the newest member of the team, very reliable and clever. This brings us to Trunek, the mercenary working remotely from Utah. He’s the mechanical brain brought in to suppress the problem and bring new angles to the table. The three of them armed with CAD software, streamlined keyboards and mice, and proper direction have brought Trident Design to where it is today. We are all part of the “one brain” mentality, we combine all of our talents to create a unified and dignified product, that represents itself well and also represents what we stand for at Trident. Everyone brings something different and important to the table, but by combining our efforts we create something that is efficient in design and in function.