The chair has been passed around the office for months. People just couldn’t get comfortable with it. Despite being a Herman Miller Aeron chair, no one wanted to use it. The height adjustment sticks, the recline function on it is completely broken, so when you lean back you feel like you are going to fall out. We for sure weren’t going to let a client sit in it. Partner and Digital Creative Lead, Chris Henderson said, “The chair is fine, I’m not sure what the big deal is. The chair is completely functional for the freelancers we have in the office. I’m just glad it will get to be used fulltime now.” The new occupier of that chair will be Public Work’s first-ever Development and Production Lead, Andy Selness. Andy brings years of frontend design and development experience to help spearhead the agency’s growing digital work for clients like Klement’s Sausages, SunOpta and the University of Minnesota. Said Public Works Creative, Casey Nelson, “That chair sucks, but Andy seems really great. Just a good, talented guy. I hope agency leadership steps up and finds him a suitable chair.” At the writing of the press release Andy still had the same chair and seems perfectly fine with it.