Workspace Wednesday is our way of letting you, the user, express your creativity in studying the Bible. Last week, we had some great submissions from our friends.
(If this is all new to you, click this link to get caught up.)
Each winner of Workspace Wednesday will receive a $20 credit in their Accordance account. (Limit one credit per user.)
Each week, we have a different "theme" which we use as the basis for our sales, our newsletter, and our social media content. Get bonus points by theming your workspace around the content being featured!
Last week's winner is Abram K-J for his creative use of extra-Bibllical materials and sermon notes. He is the reigning champ!
Once again, Workspace Wednesday was a great success. (If you're not sure what we're referring to, click this link to get caught up.)
Each winner of Workspace Wednesday will receive a $20 credit in their Accordance account!
Last week's winner is Abram K-J for his undeniably epic two-part entry. Bask in the glory, Abram!
We were thrilled at the user response to our first Workspace Wednesday competition. (If you're not sure what we're referring to, click this link to get caught up.)
Last week's winner is Stanley Ng (@sshieng). He designed a workspace to follow the footsteps of Paul's missionary journeys. Congrats, Stanley!
Ramone Raschad Billingsley
Adam Pymble (@adampymble)
Thanks to everyone who submitted!
We at Accordance believe that our software is so much more than just a tool to study the Bible. It's a means of community and creativity. We've created Workspace Wednesday because we want to give you a chance to show us your creative workflow in Accordance.
Watch the video to find out how you can participate:
Join us on social media to post your workspace:
How it works:
- Take a screenshot of your workspace
- Post the screenshot to the comments section of our Workspace Wednesday post every Wednesday
- Hashtag the post with #work_wed
- Eagerly await sweet victory
How to take a screenshot of your desktop:
Mac users: the keyboard shortcut ⌘Cmd+Shift+3 will take a screenshot of your screen and place the image file on your desktop. If done correctly, you should hear the sound of a camera taking a snapshot.
Windows users: the keyboard shortcut ⌘Win+PrntScrn will take a screenshot of your screen and automatically save it in the Screenshots folder within your pictures folder.
For more information on how to take screenshots with earlier versions of Windows, follow this link.
May the best workspace win!