“I have met my self and I am going to care for her fiercely.” ― Glennon Doyle Melton, Love Warrior
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” - Brene Brown, Daring Greatly

Quality Management Systems for People & Places

We're a one-of-a-kind design company. 

We blend creativity and logic to explore processes, connect dots, and spark epiphanies

Our original paintings and art-inspired products serve as everyday reminders of the underlying philosophy behind our creative consulting approach.

How can we help?

We evaluate, design and refine quality processes, systems, and strategies for places and people. Explore the unique value we've cultivated by connecting the dots between science and soul for over 25 years.

Corporate | Business Quality Consulting
Life | Personal Quality Consulting
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Eric Joraskie Joins PDC

It is with great pleasure that I introduce Eric Joraskie as the newest member of the Przekop Design Company (PDC) team. Eric's knowledge and interest in the brain/body/behavior connection is a perfect fit for PDC's mission to support people and places in the development and refinement of quality management systems.

The Story Behind the Paintings: An Interview with Penelope Przekop

"Penelope Przekop initially caught our eye through her use of colour. She is bold, brash and uncompromising with her compositions and paints with a strong sense of expression that goes beyond just aesthetics."

Brag Vintage, one of the largest vintage clothing companies in the UK, recently interviewed Penelope.  Click the image to read it now.  

A Quick Chat with Lisa See

Surprise! New York Times bestselling novelist, Lisa See, popped in the chat! 

Nearly seven years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing beloved writer Lisa See. I met her in person soon after at a luncheon, which was wonderful. 

You can read my 2010 interview with Lisa here. 

As part of the re-launch of my blog, I thought it might be nice to circle back to some of the interesting people I interviewed in the past. One of the first people I thought of was Lisa See. She was excited to answer a few questions and also share information about her latest novel.