Blog: Atomicdust

New Year, New Goals: Our Resolutions for 2020

New year, new decade, new goals. The Atomicdust team has a lot of things we want to accomplish this year, so we’re sharing our resolutions for what we want to learn, try and do in 2020. Make sure to let…


Introducing Julie Rechtien, Atomicdust’s New Senior Copywriter

We’re excited to officially introduce Julie Rechtien as Atomicdust’s newest Senior Copywriter! Julie initially joined the team as a freelancer, and recently signed on as full-time. After getting interested in marketing on an agency tour, Julie graduated with a bachelor’s…


Atomicdust’s Holiday Wish List

The holiday season is in full swing at Atomicdust! Our Christmas tree is up, classic tunes are playing from the speakers and a 20-foot inflatable Santa made a (very) brief appearance. We’ve carefully crafted a holiday wish list, complete with…


Amanda Pickens Joins Atomicdust

We’re super excited to welcome Senior Designer Amanda Pickens to the Atomicdust team. Amanda brings a wide range of in-house branding experience to Atomicdust – fueled by her penchant for clean typography and playful, informative design. Most recently, she worked…


What It Really Means to ‘Make Creative Matter’

Everyone knows we love LOST, but unlike that show, we’re going to give you all the answers- Who is Atomicdust? What do they do? This video gives you an inside look at Atomicdust, our process, our work and our culture.…


A New Face at Atomicdust

The Atomicdust family is welcoming its newest member- baby Miles! Miles (and his full head of hair) joined the Spakowski clan on Monday, July 19th. Weighing in at 8 lbs. 7 oz., and stretching 21 inches, both baby and mommy…


Atomicdust Celebrates 8 Years of Design

Ah, graphic design. This month, we celebrated our eighth year of business with our usual office party full of food, drinks and friends. Thanks to everyone who came by to help us celebrate, and thank you to everyone who’s supported…


We’re Ready for Our Close Up

Last week, our fearless leader (otherwise known as ‘Creative Director’), Mike Spakowski, was interviewed by The St. Louis Egotist on how we got started, our project philosophy, and his advice for designers, writers, and developers. Here is what he had to…