In a world filled with economic trade-offs,
it is common to hear the refrain that creativity and expression must be sacrificed in the name of efficiency.
We strongly disagree.
At Uhlig, we do not restrict creativity for the sake of cost – just the opposite. Our solutions are designed to eliminate time-consuming tasks so that more creative energy can be devoted to those parts of work – and life – that really count.
Now recognized as one of the great geniuses of French Post-Impressionism, Henri Rousseau (1844-1910), is also known as Le Douanier (the customs officer), because for many years he
could not support himself as an artist,
and worked until age 49 as a toll collector (above).
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Once outlawed as politically subversive,
elaborate masks have been a distinctive
feature of the Carnival of Venice for
more than 850 years (above).
For a corporate marketing manager, our solutions mean getting to spend time on original artwork and writing rather than tedious technical rules and press checks. For busy accounting departments, ourAt Uhlig, we
do not restrict creativity for
the sake of cost –
just the opposite. solutions mean a chance to spend more time interpreting results rather than compiling them. For caring doctors and nurses, our solutions mean more time to discuss treatment options, and less time tracking down paperwork and patient records.
We use our skills and imagination to
give our customers more time to use theirs. That’s what we consider a great creative partnership.
Complex patterns, soaring arches and circular domes have been hallmarks of Islamic architecture since the time of Mohammed in
the early 7th century (above).
"Imagination is everything. It is the
preview of life's coming attractions."
— Albert Einstein