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Keshio joined the Cornerstone team in 2015 after being part of a smaller digital agency in Manchester where she gained experience in all things digital.
• What aspect of your job do you like the most?
The fact that I always have something new and challenging to do and that I come into work looking forward to the day!
• Which projects have you been working on this month?
The biggest project I’ve worked on this month would be Linda Lewis Kitchens; there is always a new exercise for me on their website which lets me learn new techniques and ways to solve problems.
• Why do you like being in this industry?
The techniques and skills that you need for this type of work are always changing, which keeps you on your toes and makes sure that you never have a boring day.
• Describe a typical day at Cornerstone.
The first thing I do in the morning is check my emails and have a look over what I have on my to-do list. Then I start working on the most urgent things and tidy up anything that may have run over or needed amending; it’s a great feeling to see a project that you’ve been working on go live and be well received by the client. After lunch, I will again check my emails and then power through anything else before the end of the day, as I hate leaving things unfinished!
• What makes Cornerstone different to places you’ve worked before?
Cornerstone is a small agency that has the workload of a large organisation! There is always work for me to do that ensures I never get bored and this makes the day go so quickly.
• Who makes the best brews in the office?
If it’s Yorkshire tea, anyone, you can’t beat a good strong brew!
• What’s the best thing about working for a non-corporate company? You feel totally comfortable with and also know everyone that you work with, which in turn allows you to work more efficiently as part of the whole team.
• What part of office life do you dislike the most?
Probably the air con, but having a casual dress code means I can cozy up in my cardigans!
• Favourite Film or Book
A bit of a strange mix, but probably Alien, Airplane, or Tenacious D The Pick of Destiny, I don’t think I could choose just one.
• Biggest Life Lesson
To push it to the limit!
• Favourite Meal
At the moment, battered Halloumi is a favourite of mine.