Kiwako Miura Joins the KPS3 Team

We are very excited to welcome Kiwako Miura to the team as our design intern. Her work at KPS3 will focus on both branding and web design. 

Last May, Kiwako graduated from TMCC with a degree in graphic communications. During her time at TMCC, she was Vice President of the Student Government Association, where she used her design skills to help increase student engagement across campus. She also participated in a design internship with Landor Associates in Tokyo.

Kiwako loves camping and hiking (particularly in Yosemite) and strives to design pieces that implore people to act. She works closely with everyone here at KPS3 on traditional design, branding projects and web design.

Our Thoughts

Team Collaboration with Dice, Dragons and Dungeons

Every office has its own peculiar quirks. It might be an activity like four o’clock Friday drinks, after work rock climbing, yoga sessions in the bullpen, a yearly backpacking trip, or a crock pot cooking competition. As you may have guessed, KPS3 has a bunch of these idiosyncratic activities. And, ultimately they are great for helping our team bond. Most evidence and research confirms that having a team with a sense of cohesion and open communication is a good...

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The Soundtrack of KPS3

It’s about 15 minutes before my next meeting when I hastily reach over to unplug my laptop to take it into the nearest conference room. Before I can hit mute fast enough, AC/DC pierces the silence of our working bullpen. My fingers fumble over the keyboard to silence this public disruption. After a few seconds (though it seems like an eternity) I’m finally able to kill the music, and after a brief pause, a few heads turn and a...