Find Out What Virtru Co-founder John Ackerly Wants in His Office Design
Virtru Co-founder and CEO John Ackerly sat down with Wingate Hughes to talk about his journey from a small apartment office to the newly designed Downtown DC Virtru headquarters. Virtru addresses the pressing needs of digital trust and has exploded in popularity over the past five years. They put privacy first and make digital environments secure […]
Creative Curve Book Launch Party Featuring Author Allen Gannett
Wingate Hughes is hosting author (and TrackMaven CEO) Allen Gannett’s Creative Curve Book Launch Party Tuesday, June 26 at 5:30PM. * RSVP Now! * First 60 Guests Receive a Free Copy! * Ever wonder how to write a hit song? Start a viral mobile app? Write the next great American novel? In his new book […]
Why This DC Architecture Firm is on Fire
Wingate Hughes Architects’ co-founding principal Gavin Hughes Daniels wins a DC Inno 50 on Fire design award for the third consecutive year, further establishing the DC architecture firm as the go-to choice for office design in the entrepreneurial, high-growth tech sector. DC Inno receives thousands of 50 on Fire nominees every year before selecting the final 50 on Fire list.
Wingate Hughes’ Gavin Daniels a DC Inno 50 on Fire and Top DC Innovator
Wingate Hughes Architects’ co-founding principal Gavin Hughes Daniels secures a DCInno 50 on Fire win for the third consecutive year, further establishing the founder’s reputation as a top DC innovator and dynamic creator. DC Inno receives thousands of 50 on Fire nominees every year before unveiling their 200+ finalists and identifying the final 50 on Fire list.
DCInno 50 on Fire Nominee!
Wingate Hughes’ locks a 2017 DCInno 50 on Fire nomination for the third consecutive year, and we’re stoked. The nomination names Wingate Hughes as one of the hottest companies in Washington, DC’s innovation economy. Shout out to Gavin Hughes Daniels, Wingate Hughes’ co-founding principal, for his 2016 50 on Fire win and to the whole Wingate Hughes team for our 2015 50 on Fire award.
Commuting to Work in DC Could Feel Like This
We know commuting to work in DC sucks no matter how you get there. Despite the traffic, walking into work should always be the best part of your day. See what it could feel like.