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Member Q&A with Pablo Serna

Member Q&A with Pablo Serna

Createscape member Pablo Serna works as an architect with his own company, and in this interview he discusses projects around Austin. Austin is a hot market for remodeling work and East Austin, in particular.  Pablo works with Realtors and new homeowners to gut older homes, repair structural problems, and renovate houses to open up space that was originally made up of a lot of small spaces. 

Why to Pick Local Coworking Over WeWork

Why to Pick Local Coworking Over WeWork

When you work at a local coworking spot like Createscape over a WeWork, you are supporting small business in the community and getting a personal connection with the owners. We are celebrating Austin Coworking Day on September 27 with free coworking and a party with barbecue, drinks, and live music.

Member Q&A with Krista Miller

Member Q&A with Krista Miller

Krista Miller has been obsessed with taking photos since she was about 12 years old and now is making a career out of it. Currently, Krista partners with mission-driven individuals, businesses, and organizations around the world to create meaningful imagery for their brand.

Introduction to Bike Commuting

Introduction to Bike Commuting

Smart Trips Austin (Jake Boone and Grecia White) discuss bike commuting in Austin and how to get around a congested city while feeling good. Presentation from July 17, 2019. Skill Taco is a morning speaker series put on by Createscape Coworking every two months.

Simple Sales Funnels for Service Businesses

Simple Sales Funnels for Service Businesses

In this "Skill Taco" presentation from July 17, 2019, Brad Wages talks about email marketing techniques to build your sales funnel for your business. Skill Taco is a morning speaker series put on by Createscape Coworking every two months.

This History of Coworking

The word “coworking” was established in 1999 by Bernard De Koven. He wrote, “When I coined the word coworking, I was describing a phenomenon I called ‘working together as equals.’” In 2005 the first official coworking space was opened in San Francisco by a computer programmer named Brad Neuberg. The office, which didn’t seem to have a name, was inspired by hackerspaces of the mid to late 1990s.

How to Be Your Own Instagram Husband

How to Be Your Own Instagram Husband

“How to Be Your Own Instagram” presentation by Delaney Gibson as part of the “Skill Taco” speaker series at Createscape Coworking on May 15, 2019. You can watch the full video on our blog, as well as read the transcript.

Office Features with the Wow Factor

Office Features with the Wow Factor

This recently published Inc magazine video is about ways businesses can optimize their office environments to help workers achieve peak productivity. How does Createscape measure up? Let’s see…

Balancing Work and Fun in the Summertime

More than anything, having a place like Createscape to go to in the summer allows me to keep a clear focus on work versus play. So to those of you coworking with us in June: come for the cool air-conditioning, stay for the great people!