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Passion And Purpose: Working With Fine Art

Erika Stutzman, December 21, 2016

Fine art excites the senses and inspires creativity.

Upon picking up a fine art publication this month, we noticed a particularly inviting and familiar sight. Featured on the cover of Art Cover Magazine was “Freedom” — a Will Day piece we get to enjoy every day. The Boulder artist’s work is exhibited throughout the Room 214 building. The magazine cover’s real-life abstract painting graces our kitchen-slash-gameroom, and numerous other pieces by Day are installed all over our headquarters.

“That is the ultimate goal for me, to share my story with the world,” Day says. “Being in an office building, in a private collection, in galleries, all of it, it’s a blessing for me.”  Read More


Without Light There Is no Photography: Tips to Taking Better Pictures for Social Media

Shelby Del Vecchio, December 19, 2016

With the prevalence of cell phones, virtually everyone is carrying a high-quality camera around at all times. But a high-quality camera does not guarantee a high-quality image. Proper lighting can make the difference between mediocre cell phone snaps and professional photography. Here we’ll tell you how to light your shots to get the desired effect. After all, without light, there is no photography. Read More


Sharing the Holiday Spirit by Giving Back

Cassie Clusman, December 16, 2016

The idea of “giving back” comes into sharper focus during the holidays.

Even though giving back is something that benefits everyone, and affects our everyday lives, it’s not always the first thing on everyone’s mind. So how do we motivate a busy team to actively participate in contributing to the social good? Here’s my theory: Make it a game, let it be flexible, do it together, and create incentives. Read More


Room 214 is Hiring: Account Manager

Erika Stutzman, December 15, 2016

Let’s start with why our employees joyfully spend many of their waking hours at this place we call “work:”

Room 214 believes in working with talented (yet humble) people to create inspired work that makes our hearts race, challenges us, and has a positive impact. Read More


Is Ecommerce Too Convenient? Tips for Retailers

Laura Oxler, December 14, 2016

It’s happening. Millions of boxes with scraps of the Amazon Prime tape are filling up waste and recycling bins across the country. However, these are the lucky boxes that made it to the finish line. The ones that arrived in 48 hours and held something special enough to keep. Pour one out for the returned items. Read More


Binge on This: Room 214’s Guide to Food Shows We Love

Erika Stutzman, December 13, 2016

Here at Room 214 we love entertainment, and we love food. We love entertainment about food. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite food-centric productions — from television shows that created an indelible impression to films where cuisine takes on a starring role. Whether you have just 30 minutes or a few hours, here is a guide to our favorite flicks for food fanatics.  Read More


Five Easy Ways to Improve Your Writing on Social Media

James Thorpe, December 9, 2016

Love it or hate it, social media is now unequivocally mainstream. Attention spans are shorter, shiny objects more distracting. More and more faces are buried in more and more phones every day. That means it’s more important than ever to write social copy that grabs readers’ attention and makes them want to show the love by clicking ‘like’ and ‘share’ buttons. Here are some tips to help you tighten up your social copy and change the world, one Tweet at a time. Read More

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Room 214 is Hiring: Social Media Intern

Erika Stutzman, December 7, 2016

Support Room 214 clients’ digital marketing campaigns through research, reporting, content creation, quality assurance and execution. Requires excellent attention to detail, organizational, analytical, and communication skills as well as strong problem-solving skills.

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