Kristen and Meghan are largely responsible for how our physical office will look. They are its architects.
Everything in our office is there for a reason. We believe that the “design” of our firm isn’t how it looks – it’s what it is. These are the design principles that we’ve embraced.
What I’ve been working on for the past several months is designing how Freed McKeen operates technologically. I’m proud to say that it is every bit as beautiful as our office is going to be.
One of the reasons I founded Freed McKeen is that I really hate paper. It is inefficient. It is obtrusive. It is not as little design as possible. It is not concerned with the environment. Paper is poor design.
Our office is paper-less. Over the coming weeks, I’m going to detail exactly how we did this. Our system is well designed.
Every piece of hardware and software is part of the larger design of our firm. Everything reinforces everything else. Our desks will reinforce our computer system which will in turn reinforce our legal work product and the services we provide to our clients.
We’re excited. Only “keeping the keepers” means we’re not keeping any more paper than we have to. We have designed things in such a way that we won’t be keeping much paper at all.