Hello, my name is Christen (the beauty) and I am the owner and founder of Designs By Christen, LLC. I started this company in 2012 after taking an interest in photography, art and graphic design. Not sure how to channel those interests I enrolled in a web design program and instantly fell in love. It was photography, art and graphic design all combined into one. I began to see the potential in incorporating all of these interests into the world of web design. And then I met Rob (referred to as “he” or “him” from this point forward). Somehow “he” convinced me to launch my own business and I created Designs By Christen. Notice the name is Designs By Christen, not Rob. Now, everyone knows I am the brains behind the operation but I allow “him,” to incorporate some of his ideas. “He” is brilliant with a few things, like marketing strategies, and to make “him” feel good, I allowed “him” to join my venture. Ladies, I’m sure you can all relate to me on this. If I created this huge and successful business without “him,” could you imagine the pouting “he” would do. It would just be sad. As it turns out, “he” is an awesome business partner, but don’t tell “him” that, his ego is big enough already.
Hi there, my name is Rob (the brawn) and although I am not the owner or founder of Designs By Christen, the whole thing was my idea. Everyone knows I am the brains behind this operation. Yes Christen (referred to as “she” or “her” from this point forward) is brilliant with her design concepts and people love “her” work, but it is my marketing strategies that make our websites a success. And don’t tell “her” I said she was brilliant, “her” ego is big enough already. As for the company name, yes I suggested Designs By Christen, LLC. Because I carry the weight of this business, I wanted “her” to feel a part of the successful websites we create so I chose that name. In marketing, we call that a buy in. Gentlemen, I’m sure you can all relate to me on this. If I created this huge and successful business without “her,” could you imagine the pouting “she” would do. It would just be sad. As it turns out, “she” is an awesome business partner. Gentlemen, that last sentence stays between us.