Posts by Sara Quinn

Top 5 Books Every Designer Should Read

  Designer is such a broad term. We designers have our hands in many, many industries. My own experience ranges from board game, roleplaying game, and video game design, to web, UX, and print design. I also have a background in psychology and sociology, which factors into my work more than I ever expected it…

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Top 5 Board Games with Kevin Haro

  Today’s Top 5 is written by Kevin Haro!   Codenames Nearly impossible to describe but insanely fun. Here we go. Two teams, 1 code master per team, 25 word cards, and a word association map. The code masters have a list of codes that they try to get their team to guess before the…

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Launch Weekend with a Twist!

Fuse has been doing Launch Weekend events for six years. In that time we’ve had dozens of teams and hundreds of participants, many going on to form real businesses. “Launch Weekend is the chance for Tri-Citizens to unite around new opportunities. It’s about turning big ideas into small realities in just 3 days,” says Erik…

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How Do You Stay Fit?

We polled Fuse members asking what they do to stay active and healthy. Here is what they had to say. Fitness Apps We are seeing a surge in people using fitness apps for workouts, meal plans, and more. Apps such as 8fit and PEAR are giving people options for working out in their spare time,…

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Grab & Go: The Store at Fuse!

Are you working late at Fuse and need a snack? No time for lunch? No problem! The pantry at Fuse offers grab-and-go snacks and easy lunches. Items include: protein-bars, trail mix, tuna snacks, popcorn, oatmeal, soup, healthy frozen entrees, fruit leathers, chips, vitamin water, La Croix, red bulls, and an assortment of sodas. There are plenty…

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Eco-Friendly Office Supplies

  Having an eco-friendly office sounds good, but what does it really mean?   For Alex Szabo, CEO of The Green Office, it means creating “workplace run exclusively on green products and driven by sustainable practice.” Mr. Szabo brought his expertise from his former work as a sustainability consultant and educator into The Green Office…

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International Tabletop Day

On April 28th, head over to the Richland Public Library for International Tabletop Day! Tri-City Area Gaming (TAG) will bring their massage board and card game library, but feel free to bring your own games! International Tabletop Day will start at 9:30am and end at 7:00pm. Come play games!

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High School Students Take On Recycling

This year at Enterprise Week, I had the opportunity to find out exactly what high school students in Pasco, Washington think about the environment. I was one of many mentors assigned to the Eco/Recycling division during Enterprise Week. Groups of students formed “consulting firms” to try and solve problems related to recycling or reducing our…

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Local Pumpkin

Have you heard of Local Pumpkin? It may just be the BEST THING EVER.     Local Pumpkin delivers farm-fresh produce to your home or office weekly, monthly, or as often as you choose. They have a bunch of different options to choose from, including a custom box where you can choose all of your…

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