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  • Architectural Web Sites - 01
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    MARKETING INTERIOR DESIGN

    There are countless marketing and public relations-related books, web sites, and articles online and in print that can help the individual interior-design business owner approach marketing, from something as simple as Public Relations for Dummies to more design-oriented sources.

    Likewise, there are hundreds of ways — some free, some reasonably inexpensive, and some extremely expensive — to promote a brand or business. Finally, there are many independent consultants to assist in the PR process. — Published 2010.0908

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    WIKI CASE STUDY - PART TWO

    In Part One of this architectural wiki tutorial, we created the core of a building case study in the Archiplanet wiki, with summary building information and uploaded photos we took ourselves.

    Here in Part Two, we will enhance that study with an external link, add a live building location map, and select and collect appropriate images from a photo-sharing site, and see how to add those to the building case study, too. — Published 2007.1205

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    WIKI CASE STUDY - PART ONE

    We've been talking recently about the "wiki" phenomenon of community-created web sites - and what they might mean to architecture - both in terms of wikis in general, and in the context of the ArchitectureWeek web family. — Published 2007.1107

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    ARCHWEEK'S WEB

    Traffic measurement on the World Wide Web is far from an exact science, and much of the potential data remains behind proprietary walls. But with two million monthly visitors, the family of design and building web sites led by ArchitectureWeek is arguably one of or the biggest online. We'd like to share with you some of our thoughts on how it's put together and how your participation is supported, invited, and intrinsic. — Published 2007.0815

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    MARKETING MOVES

    Computer technology drives reinvention of marketing for architects and designers in two important ways. First, it makes the design and production of marketing pieces much easier by facilitating the creation, assimilation, and manipulation of images, text, and graphics. Second, digital technology provides new means of delivery for marketing communications via the Internet, videotape, CD, and DVD. — Published 2005.0928

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    ENERGY ANALYSIS EARLIER

    One sixth of the electricity consumed in the United States goes to cool buildings, at an annual cost of $40 billion... In the 1970s the yearly high temperature in Los Angeles exceeded the former high temperatures caused by the eruption of Krakatau in 1883... — Published 2004.0616

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    ACADIA REFLECTS ON 20 YEARS

    Every October, a group of architecture professors, students, and practitioners from around the world meets to reflect on the directions the profession is going with computer technologies.

    These thinkers gather to decipher the effect of digital media on education and practice and to explore new options through their research. This year they met at the State University of New York at Buffalo, under the leadership of Wassim Jabi, who also edited the published proceedings, Re-inventing the Discourse. — Published 2001.1031

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    JUST ANOTHER PRETTY WEB SITE?

    More than two-thirds of design and environmental consulting firms plan a redesign of their Web site in the coming year. But in their rush to redesign, many firms seem doomed to repeat fundamental mistakes they made on earlier versions of their site.

    There are six important questions firm leaders should ask themselves when redesigning their Web site. Some successful answers to those questions are illustrated here in the work of three representative firms. — Published 2001.0124

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    SIGGRAPH PRESENTS THE FUTURE OF COMPUTER GRAPHICS

    Peek into a kid's world of video games and you may see the future of computing technology for architects. Despite the differences between the realms of work and play, the fact is that games and movies are fueling the economy and the direction of serious computer graphics research and development. — Published 2000.0809

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    ARCHITECTS BLEND TRADITIONAL DESIGN WITH NEW MEDIA

    It's an exciting time for creative service agencies. As thousands of businesses make the jump to the "new economy" from the old, computers are changing everything. Excitement comes not only from an increase in clients -- a burst of start-up, dot-com companies -- but also from the new media that agencies use to tell client stories to the public. — Published 2000.0830

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