Since the 1980s communications have been radically transformed by technology—however, the fundamentals of design have been consistent for hundreds of years.

 

 

 

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It All Started

Third Wave can trace it's beginnings back to when founder Paul Heaslip was a wee tot armed with a crayon and piece of paper. As the youngest of 8 children, from a young age Paul created original artwork such as birthday cards, drawings as gifts and interesting and novel creative work for family and friends. The passion for art naturally grew over the years and the building blocks for future success were set.

Paul has always had a great interest in sports and athletics playing everything that was available. He also loves the great outdoors and remains and avid and active person in nature. However, design and problem solving was always a natural place to return to which an inherent curiosity and natural abilities and talents no matter the activity.

 

It took me a few seconds to draw it, but it took me 34 years to learn how to draw it in a few seconds.

Paula Scher – Graphic designer leader (b 1948)

 

 

 

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The evolution of Third Wave

Since the 1980s the world's communications have been radically transformed by technology— however, the fundamentals of design have remained the same for hundreds of years.

 

 

Designing to engage people, products and business

 

It All Started—

Third Wave can trace it's beginnings back to when founder Paul Heaslip was a wee tot armed with a crayon and piece of paper. As the youngest of 8 children, from a young age Paul created original artwork such as birthday cards, drawings as gifts and interesting and novel creative work for family and friends. The passion for art naturally grew over the years and the building blocks for future success were set.

Paul has always had a great interest in sports and athletics playing everything that was available. He also loves the great outdoors and remains and avid and active person in nature. However, design and problem solving was always a natural place to return to which an inherent curiosity and natural abilities and talents no matter the activity.

 

The goal of a designer is to listen, observe, understand, sympathize, empathize, synthesize and glean insight that enables him or her to make the invisible visible.

Hillman Curtis – Designer, author, musician & filmmaker (1961– 2012)

 

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