Beyond cost cutting. This cover illustration addresses the six steps to achieving competitive advantage through smart cost cutting.

Cost Cutting by Ken Orvidas

Medusa is the sixth image in my series, “Myths, Fables and Fantastical Tales”. In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, described as a winged human with living venomous snakes in place of hair. To look upon her face would turn one to stone.

Medusa by Ken Orvidas

Medical information gathered into patient registry databases advance research, improve care and help patients connect.

Patient Registries by Ken Orvidas

Patient Registries by Ken Orvidas

Under Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, there is a presence of a religious voice in government and that voice effects policymaking both here in the U.S. and abroad.

Evangelicalism is Present in Ancient Roots by Ken Orvidas

The Christian documents, Nashville Statement and Reforming Catholic Confession, attempt to unite but by their nature suggest division. Signing one or both is not the issue. Despite the divisions that these documents might create, the hope is that they can be starting points for engagement and discussion.

Documents Unite by Ken Orvidas

Scholars have determined that Evangelicalism is not a radical new idea. It is present in the ancient roots of the Christianity.

Bureaucracy for Believers by Ken Orvidas

People understand that their personalities, values, and tastes have evolved over their lives. Now imagine yourself in ten years. The picture in your mind is probably little changed from the person you are today. Timothy Wilson, a Harvard psychologist, conducted a study and concluded that people regard the present as a watershed moment at which they have finally become the person they will be for the rest of their lives. This phenomenon is called ‘The End of History Illusion”. Link to article.

The End of History Illusion by Ken Orvidas

The art director was after a vibrant, celebratory image set in a Vera Cruz like plaza, filled with adults and children enjoying the Christmas season. Since I’m a concept-driven illustrator, this was a change for me and enjoyable. No concept but it is sure colorful and happy. Feliz Navidad!

Feliz Navidad by Ken Orvidas

Semiconductor companies are always looking for ways to build better chips. They cannot, however, afford to improve everything at once. Therefore, they look deep into a chip in order to understand the value created by specific features and capabilities. Chipmakers are looking through this “value lens” to better understand where on a chip the greatest returns can be found.

ROI for Chipmaking Companies by Ken Orvidas

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