Blog Feed from - Design In Mind by Lisa Masteller Lisa Masteller’s design blog Fri, 15 Dec 2017 01:31:25 EST Copyright (c) 2017, PMI Publishing ExpressionEngine 2.7.3 Turning the Page Fri, 07 Jul 2017 13:04:00 EDT How one designer navigates the process of moving on to new involvements and activities following a project's completion ... You Know You’re a Designer When ... Wed, 19 Apr 2017 14:01:00 EDT Lisa Masteller gives us a peek inside the mind of a designer. If you're more distracted by the dusty fake plants in the restaurant than the sweet aroma of the lava cake on your plate, you're probably a designer. From Ashes Thu, 28 Apr 2016 12:28:00 EDT Architect Lisa Masteller shares a deeply personal story of challenge and change. Remaining faithful in the depth of hardship can foster the strength and growth to push through all unforeseen circumstances. Death by a Thousand Cuts, and the Ones Who Survive Wed, 01 Jul 2015 11:34:00 EDT Consider the way a major negative change that happens slowly, in many unnoticed increments, is not perceived as objectionable. Lisa Masteller discusses the journey of a business and the important issues that can make it or break it. Be Brave Tue, 29 Jul 2014 09:43:00 EDT Design is personal and unique to every human being, from how it speaks to us to how we create our own. A beautiful thing about design is sharing these individual ideas with each other generates even more wonderfully distinct concepts. One Small Church Serving One Large Heart Wed, 21 May 2014 15:27:00 EDT Thoughts on individual gifts and strengths, and how we can use them to serve our community through God. Blog: Embracing Change Without Losing Vision Wed, 12 Mar 2014 14:38:00 EDT "Everything I experienced was in a visceral way. My imagination was sparked by my surroundings. However, as time has flown by, my vision has somewhat diminished and what has been taken for granted has now become a challenge." Hospital or Haven: Embracing the “Whole-nality” of the Church Wed, 26 Feb 2014 17:25:00 EST If two contrasting beliefs exist as to why the church exists--what does that mean for architectural and interior design? On conducting church-related business from a public, coffee-fueled, platform Thu, 10 Oct 2013 15:21:00 EDT While sitting inside my local Starbucks, sipping on a hot brew of Salted Carmel Mocha, I notice two young men walking in. As they plop themselves down at a table next to me, with cups in hand, they excitedly begin to remind each other of the various things they have to get done while they are there.