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Andrea Presents University of Denver Marketing Students Awards


The owners of eCommerce startup Organize My Drawer have chosen the winning team in the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business campaign challenge in Integrated Marketing Communications.

During winter quarter seven teams of MS Marketing students assumed the role of full-service agencies charged with preparing Integrated Marketing Communications plans for the Centennial based eCommerce startup.

Drawer Dividers Donated to RAFT


Teachers are forever on a mission to inspire critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication skills in students. Bringing those four C’s into the classroom often calls for materials not built into tight budgets.

The non-profit school supply warehouse RAFT (Resource Area For Teaching) Colorado is a unique place for Denver area educators to find boatloads of affordable items and fun ideas for giving students hands-on experiences in the process of learning concepts relating to math, science and art in particular.

Acrylic drawer inserts provide perfect fit

Hey everyone, I just wanted to post a link to a recent article in Closets magazine that Michaelle Bradford (Editor, Closets and Organized Storage) wrote about our company, showcasing our custom acrylic organizers in their Product Spotlight section.  She was extremely freindly and very interested in our company story and our innovative product.  She completely understands the value of our customer-designed organizers and wrote a very nice piece.

Desk Laptop

There are split opinions when it comes to the controversial messy desk. Those who prefer them might point to a 2013 study published in Psychological Science that found cluttered desks inspire creativity.[1] “Neat freaks” may point out that with this creative inspiration comes a major drawback absolutely detrimental to the workplace: decreased productivity.

"We may have the best product, the highest quality, the most useful software, et cetera, but if we present them in a slipshod manner, they will be perceived as slipshod; if we present them in a creative, professional manner, we will impute the desired qualities."

Back in 1977, Apple’s second CEO sent out a companywide memo detailing the values which still set one of the most successful companies of our time apart from the rest.

Remember the days of tract houses and cookie cutter Cadillacs? During the 20th century, as mass production took hold in the minds and philosophies of business managers, those managers began to view their customer as just that: a mass, one single entity who could be satisfied by a single-note product. Fortunately, here in the 21st century, that business model is crumbling.

I’ve seen it time and time again with folks who’ve gotten all excited about creating order in their lives. They run out to buy a bunch of prefab organizers, set them up, and are initially thrilled with how much better their space functions – hooray! Then a week or a month (or even a year) down the road, their systems aren’t working as well as they used to. All of a sudden, they can see the built-in flaws hiding behind their shiny new gadgets. And that’s when they start talking to themselves: