House Rules

Treat the space, your neighbors, and coworkers with respect + consideration.

When you walk out the door, make sure the space is in the same condition (or better!) as when you walked in the door.

Your stuff is your responsibility

It's your job to make sure that you do not leave anything at JYS when you leave, unless it's a) in your private studio space b) on your dedicated desk or c) in your designated locker. If you do, and after a reasonable time has passed, we can do what we want with it.

use your own stuff, not your neighbor's.

If you need something, let us know. We're here to help.

if you break it, you buy it

We understand that with shared use, things are bound to wear out and even break eventually. That's not what we're talking about.

If you break it, lose it, or cause any losses, claims, or damages, we are going to have to make it right.

Respect your neighbor's creations, and they'll respect yours

When you see something on somebody's monitor or around the printer or on a whiteboard somewhere, no you didn't.
You don't want your client or your ideas made public and neither does your fellow Member.

be kind.

We have zero tolerance for harassment. Every JYS Member and guest should feel welcome, comfortable, and productive in our space regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or other personal attributes or beliefs.

constructive criticism (cc) only when requested

We are all on our individual path with creating your artwork. Constructive criticism should only be provided when asked for. Don't be that guy.

think before you click

No bit torrent or porn. And JYS cannot be responsible for third-party data, websites, links or services. Make sure that you've read and agree to our explicit Data Connection and Internet Terms of Service.

Keep it legal

We have zero tolerance for anyone using the JYS workspaces, studios, and resources to conduct or pursue any illegal activities, or any activity that is generally regarded as offensive.

Events are great, until they're not.

It is your responsibility to provide advance notice to JYS if you will be hosting any event at the JYS space.

Be smart about your keycode

If we've entrusted you with digital keys to get into the building and/or the studio spaces, we've given it to you - not your neighbor, partner, or guest. Keep it to yourself and do not allow any guest(s) to enter the space without making sure they're registered at the Welcome Desk.

communication is a two-way street

You're responsible for letting us know right away if there are any changes to your contact and payment information. It is also on you to read the emails we send you with changes to our services, fees and other updates.