Drew Larson – 5QF

Five Question Friday is  Back! Just in time to welcome the newest member of the web team!

It’ s time to learn a little more about the people here at Thill Logistics. The idea is based on the website Formspring and the classic Bernard Pivot questionnaire, just imagine that I am holding my blue index cards and asking the questions in a soothing James Liptonesque tone. The format is simple, five questions. The first 4 will stay constant, (3 work related questions and 1 from Pivot) but the 5thquestion… that is up to you! Please comment and send in questions here on the Thill Blog, or Tweet them to me  @carrieatthill.

Here are my five questions for Drew Larson:

What is your role at Thill Logistics? – I am a Junior Web Developer which means I’m new and I make colorful web pages.

How did you get into your field?  –  I went to college for computer science. When I had to pick my minor I went design because I wanted my computer programs to be visually engaging. I took to design fairly naturally and ended up double majoring in both design and computer science. Web design was the natural marriage of the two fields.

What is your favorite thing about your field? – Everything has a web page it is my job to make those web pages. I get to learn about all the different industries, services, and products that I make web pages for. I am the kind of person that finds this vary stimulating and engaging.

(Bernard Pivot) What is your favorite word? – Quenby which means the stubborn spot on a window whichyou spend twenty minutes trying to clean off before discovering it’s on the other side of the glass. It just feels good to know that there is a name for that awkward moment.

In three words, describe what “passion” means to you. –  Unrecognized guilty pleasure

5th Question submitted by @JasonDurham

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