Everything Happens for a Reason Part II

This past month I wrote an article on why I truly believe everything happens for a reason, you can read it here. I wrote about how our company Chad, hit a couple of MASSIVE road blocks and instead of getting frustrated I decided to think of ways to turn the negatives into positives.

In the article I explain how I felt like it was my calling to “redesign” our application, after months and months of iteration we have the final designs for Chad that are being released this April.

New Designs

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Running Clava App & Sauce Designs. Sharing my insight and journey as an Entrepreneur & self taught Designer.

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Running Clava App & Sauce Designs. Sharing my insight and journey as an Entrepreneur & self taught Designer.

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