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Ken Kelleher
Works at Anchorball Studios
Attended Alfred University
Lives in Hampton
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I was brought in to do the PTC.com redesign with the amazing team at Allen & Gerritsen as well as the internal team PTC. The live site is here PTC.com
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Too awesome
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one of my new favorite sites: http://cfye.com
CFYE is an online magazine aimed at exploring the thoughts and works of those who are most passionate about their craft. Through our articles we want to introduce you to the people and stories that inspire us so much!
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From my 'what if ' app series / the batman app.
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Very cool Ken.
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Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro takes some pretty… http://flip.it/S7VVH
Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro takes some pretty fantastic photos above water, but his underwater photos are made extra magical. You’ll spot sharks, coral, and fish of the likes we’ve never...
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Starting making new pieces in my fab shop. Has been a dream that has been a long time in the making. Here's a couple pieces that are in progress. Still have some finish work and polishing to do on them - will reshoot them when they are ready on a clean white background. Let me know what you think.
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Anyone need design , UX / UI, campaign, pitch help on an upcoming project? You can see my work at http://www.anchorball.com
Looking for freelance / contract / offsite / collaboration.
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Back to FT freelance if you know of any gigs or projects: http://cargocollective.com/anchorball
Also, interested in hooking up on some app ideas with a developer who would be into splitting equity.
drop me a line at info@anchorball.com
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A physical Facebook fan counter http://flip.it/4ZI5k
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Looking to be drafted on Dribble, hook me up people!
Here's my work: http://cargocollective.com/anchorball & my dribble account: http://dribbble.com/anchorball
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The Bouroullec Brothers’ Drawings Fill A Tome http://flip.it/B7FjO
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The Fantastic Fabergé Fractals Of Tom Beddard http://flip.it/r3YYW
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Freelance Creative Director
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http://www.cargocollective.com/anchorball
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  • Anchorball Studios
    Creative Director, present
    http://www.cargocollective.com/anchorball
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Hampton
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  • Alfred University
    1991
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We went here last year because we didn't have insurance and my wife had gotten sick. When we left we paid $350 which seemed like a lot for what is supposed to be a clinic created to help treat people without insurance. A few weeks later we received a bill for another $350. Apparently a basic visit to Barrington Urgent Care is $700. They bill in 2 parts - the first part for the doctor you see - the second part for the facility. Feels like a deceptive practice and an incredibly high amount to charge at an urgent care clinic that is supported by a hospital.
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
I signed up with them to be a new patient with a new doctor starting at the practice this Fall. I accidentally missed my appointment, my work schedule had been hectic and there was no reminder call no email. A couple weeks later I received a form letter from them in the mail informing me that I could no longer be a patient at the practice because I had missed my appointment. And could never be. Wow! I had never heard of a doctor's office doing this. I called to apologize - left a message and didn't receive a call back. I find this kind of treatment pretty appalling for this day & age. Feels barbaric. what happened to 3 strikes? Or why not call a new patient - inform them of this rule - and give them a second chance. I don't think this bodes well for this practice lasting long in the community.
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
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