Domino’s Pizza Isn’t Just Domino’s Pizza Anymore

Domino has become a household word, but the concept behind it goes back to an age-old game. It’s the idea of stacking something on end, then tipping it over to create a chain reaction that ends in the entire set falling down. Dominoes have long been a popular pastime and are used in countless games, from simple ones to very complex designs. They are also often used for art projects, such as lining them up in curved lines or to form pictures. This sort of domino art is a great way for kids to learn about science, including gravity, by creating an experiment that’s entertaining and fun.

Domino’s began as a small family-owned company in Ypsilanti, Michigan in 1960. Its founder, Fred Monaghan, opened the first store to focus on delivering pizza quickly. It was a hit and the business grew quickly, expanding to over 200 stores by 1978. Monaghan focused on putting Domino’s locations near college campuses, a strategy that helped the company get noticed and grow even further.

By the 1980s, Domino’s had expanded to a national presence and was recognized as the leading pizza franchise in North America. But it wasn’t just its delivery that was the key to success—it was a strong emphasis on listening to customers. Domino’s founder, Monaghan, was adamant about keeping his business close to people, and he believed in communicating with employees directly. When his successor, David Brandon, took over the company, he continued this tradition by implementing new employee training programs and listening to workers. By doing this, he improved customer satisfaction and employee retention.

Besides listening to its customers, Domino’s is also experimenting with technology to streamline the ordering and delivery process. It has worked on custom-designed delivery vehicles and is experimenting with drones to deliver its products. While these initiatives have a lot of substance, it’s important to remember that they also help improve Domino’s image and give the brand a modern feel.

In addition to delivering pizzas, Domino’s has become known for its innovative domino-inspired projects, such as a massive mural of falling dominoes that was painted in Brooklyn in 2015. Domino’s also has an extensive social media program to promote its creative endeavors and encourage other Domino’s fans to get involved.

Hevesh is a domino artist who has made a name for herself by creating mind-blowing displays of dominoes that take hours to fall. She has created everything from intricate lines to grids that form pictures, to stacked walls and 3D structures. Her work requires a lot of planning and attention to detail. She uses a version of the engineering-design process to create her domino setups, and she relies on physics to make them work. Gravity is the most important force at play when Hevesh builds her amazing domino sets. Once she’s done, all she has to do is let the pieces tumble down according to the laws of physics. Watch the video below to see Hevesh’s incredible creations in action.