It’s no wonder why we love Jen Street. Jen has been working professionally as a designer for over 15 years. During this time, she has been fortunate to work with some of the world’s largest corporations and brands such as Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Disney, eBay, Sam’s Club, Google, Microsoft, Mattel, Hasbro, Toshiba and Apple. So it was an easy choice in asking Jen to help design the Moxie Digital website. Jen’s collaboration to develop a strategy that met our company design goals yielded a smooth and seamless design process. We couldn’t be happier! As if creating websites and graphic designs aren’t enough, Jen is extremely artistic and creative.
Enough about why we love Jen. Feast your eyes on some of her amazing works of art and creativity that will leave you wanting more.
At the beginning of 2020, she decided to go solo and started Jen Street, LLC. Over the course of the year, she started a handmade product line catering towards the cruise industry. To accommodate her design needs, she purchased a laser cutter. Due to the unfortunate timing of catering a product line to the cruise ship industry in 2020 — an industry severely affected by COVID-19 — she had to pivot.
Because of the laser cutter, she quickly realized the potential for a completely new line of products. After several talks and months of planning, she and her husband Chris started the Forged Flare brand.
Offering stained glass-inspired ornaments and decor, Forged Flare’s mission is to help make someone’s day, every day, by creating meaningful gift ideas that make people feel seen, appreciated, and loved.
With Halloween coming up we HAVE to mention her love of Halloween. How great is it that her husband, Chris, thoroughly enjoys it too. They love to get all dressed up just to hand out candy to neighborhood kids.
After purchasing their Tesla, Jen and Chris participated in their local Tesla Club’s “Frunk-or-Treat” Oh yes, you read that right. Teslas don’t have engines — instead they have a “front trunk” — also known as a “frunk”
So once they decided to participate in their local Tesla club’s Halloween frunk-or-treat, they knew they wanted to go big or go home. What’s bigger than a giant dragon? Plus, if you take a look at the front of their vehicle it kinda looks like Toothless the loveable Night Fury from How to Train Your Dragon. We couldn’t agree more. See how they brought the idea to life here.
Needless to say Jen Street deserves a Moxie Digital Spotlight. Whether you are looking for a talented website and graphic designer or in the market for some handcrafted keepsakes there is no one better to turn to than Jen Street.