Working at Indesign, LLC during the COVID-19 Pandemic

October 16, 2020 | Blog
When most members of the Indesign, LLC team started working from home in the middle of March, we were expecting it to be a relatively short term event. However, this did not turn out to be the case, as we are now entering our 7th month of working during COVID-19. Protecting the health of our Indesign team, their families, and our clients has been our primary goal during this period. (more…)
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Engineering Excellence with Indesign, LLC’s Core Values

September 25, 2020 | Blog
Sitting on the desk of most Indesigners is a squishy little tire. It may seem an odd shape for a stress ball, but it's more than just something to fidget with while deep in thought. It's there to act as a constant reminder of Indesign's core values, set out helpfully with the four letters in the word T.I.R.E. Below, we'll go through a brief outline of how each of those values supports Indesign's particular strengths through the product development process. (more…)
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The Indianapolis Star Names Indesign, LLC a Winner of The Indianapolis Top Workplaces 2020 Award

July 31, 2020 | Blog
Indesign, LLC has been named to the list of Top Workplaces in 2020 by The Indianapolis Star, marking the 10th consecutive year to receive the award. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage, LLC. The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 drivers of engaged cultures that are critical to the success of any organization. These include alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few. (more…)
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The Developers Toolbox

April 22, 2020 | Blog
Tools make the difference. Back when I started working at Indesign, there was a lot to be excited about: a group of engineers who shared my love for building high tech things with the latest technologies, countless cool project teams to join, and oh, so much to learn. But one thing stood out in a way that surprised me. The firmware engineering supply cabinet. As a firmware engineer, I work at the intersection of hardware and software, and one of the fundamental tools in a firmware engineer’s toolbox is the development kit or “dev kit.” A circuit board that’s used to demonstrate the capabilities of an integrated circuit or electronic system. On my first tour, that supply cabinet was like a treasure trove overflowing with my favorite flavor of nerd candy: dev kits, of all kinds, representing countless technological possibilities for all the cool products I would help design. I couldn’t believe it. The feeling of empowerment was almost overwhelming. All that gear to get the job done, at the ready. At the time you might have found dev kits with a microcontroller or a digital signal processor, maybe sensors, and maybe some kind of wireless connectivity like WiFi, cellular, or Bluetooth. Today you might find an NVIDIA Jetson dev kit packed with 512 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 64 Tensor cores. Talk about candy! As the tour continued I was stuck on the supply cabinet. The raw excitement gave way to a humbling assurance: at Indesign, I would have what I need. The physical hardware was easy to recognize, but as time went by I found I was rarely wanting for tools of any kind, hardware or software. I had practically all the software tools I would ever need as well. And oh, we don’t have that? You need it? Let’s talk about getting it. How is this lavish, get-whatever-you-need mode of operation possible? It’s because of the needs of our employees are not their own. They reflect of the needs of our clients, and at Indesign, client satisfaction is our number one priority. It’s the reason for our past success and continued existence. Our primary objective is to give them what they want, and that means our toolbox is constantly stocked with almost anything necessary to make it possible. And you don’t need a sweet tooth to appreciate that. Contact Indesign at (877) 561-0274 to learn more today!
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First Full Time Job: Working at Indesign, LLC

November 27, 2019 | Blog
Coming right out of college after only previously working three-month long internships and work-studies, starting a full-time job was both exciting and intimidating. I prepared myself to drive to my new job – though I had come and toured the building before for the onsite interview, now was the real thing. (more…)
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