1. Change or Die: eHouse’s Path to Reinvention


    It’s hard to believe, but eHouse turns 18 this year. It’s eye-opening to look back through time and see how eHouse has changed and evolved over the years. It certainly hasn’t been a straightforward trajectory. But our varied journey has shaped us, giving us broad experience and building our resilience to find opportunity and face challenges as they come. 

  2. Chris Quinn Nominated as a Candidate for the LLS Woman of the Year

    At eHouse, growing both professionally and personally is a core value which often means we look for opportunities to give back. Co-founder and COO, Chris Quinn, has been nominated as a candidate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year.

    Chris is on a mission to make an impact on those whose lives have been affected by cancer. In collaboration with our team at eHouse Studio and her campaign team she is partnering with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) on a very ambitious 10-week fund-raising campaign to fight cancer beginning on February 21, 2019.

  3. Exposing the Truth About Company Transparency


    I recently returned from a trip to Atlanta where I had an excellent opportunity to speak at Owner Summit. Owner Summit is a conference for other digital studio owners to listen to the speaker line up, attend breakout sessions and talk shop and learn from one another.  The Bureau of Digital Affairs, a collaboration with Greg Hoy and Carl Smith, say the mission of the summit "Is to Help Digital Studio Owners Realize That We're Actually All in It Together." 

  4. December Dribbble Meetup Wrap-up with Steve Stegelin

    Steve Stegelin, Illustrator and Cartoonist for Charleston City Paper recently joined us for our December Meetup at eHouse Studio. Steve is a Blackbaud Technical Writer by day and Cartoonist by night. His masterful pen and ink technique paired with comic strip style and impeccable hand-lettering put him at the illustrative soul of the Charleston City Paper. Steve, most notably known for his weekly blotter illustrations depicting outrageous but true stories, like the one seen here.

  5. Recap of the Dribbble Meetup with Timonthy Banks

    Timothy Banks


    Last month we were thrilled to have local illustrator Timothy Banks join us for a peek at his process. The idea behind this meetup was to get an unabated look at Tim’s illustrative process from start to finish. Folks really seemed to enjoy the ‘live demo’ and mentioned how inspiring & helpful it is to get a behind the scenes perspective once in a while.

  6. Pretty Powerhouses Pt.2

    Here we are, back at it again, with another update for all of you following our pursuit to encourage women creatives within our community. If you are unfamiliar with our efforts, feel free to check out our kick-off blog post here.