How to Get the Most out of Dropbox as an Architect

How to Get the Most out of Dropbox as an Architect

The mobile internet revolution has impacted the work and life of many people, but if you’re reading this, you are probably one of those who benefits the most from this new connected world. As an architect, it’s likely that you’ll…

6 Vital Negotiation Tips for Architects

6 Vital Negotiation Tips for Architects

If in the past you’ve worked in a salaried position for an architecture firm, you probably didn’t have to apply much in the way of negotiation techniques. When you’re on a set salary, unless you’re angling for a raise, your…

Architects: 7 No-Fail Strategies to Maximize Your Productivity

Architects: 7 No-Fail Strategies to Maximize Your Productivity

It’s a common occurrence to hear architects (and anyone else!) protest, “If only I had more time”. If only we had a few extra hours in each day, we could get more work done, increase our incomes and retire early…

3 Big Mistakes Architects Make With Their Websites

3 Big Mistakes Architects Make With Their Websites

This is a guest post by Nic Granleese. Nic is an architect and architectural photographer based in Melbourne. His professional photographic career was launched in 2011 and he used social media and websites to quickly become one of Australia’s most…

Why Architects Should Start Blogging Today

Why Architects Should Start Blogging Today

In our previous blog post we touched on how publishing a blog can help you to market your architectural services. In this post we’re going to go into a little more detail and explain some of the different ways that…

Tips for Selling Architectural Services

Tips for Selling Architectural Services

A successful architect not only needs to be good at what they do and deliver projects on time and on budget, but also needs to master the art of marketing. Selling is not a skill that comes naturally to everyone,…

The 80/20 Approach to Dealing With Architecture Clients

The 80/20 Approach to Dealing With Architecture Clients

In 1906 the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto discovered an interesting fact: 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. This uneven distribution of wealth was not a new observation, but after studying the land ownership of several…

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Winning Clients: How Architects Can Stand Out Above the Competition

In today’s tough economic climate, an increasing number of architects are abandoning or being laid off from salaried positions and instead working for themselves as freelance contractors or even establishing their own firms. The shift towards entrepreneurship and contract-based work…

How Architects Can Attract the Good Clients With Their Website

How Architects Can Attract the Good Clients With Their Website

I guess you all have had bad and good clients, right? The bad ones are the ones that are greedy, they think that they can call you on a sunday evening to remind you that you didn’t reply their email of…

9 Great Apps for Architects That Will Save You Time

9 Great Apps for Architects That Will Save You Time

Time is money. This is certainly true for architects. What could you do with an extra four hours every week? You could apply those four hours to projects that are generating revenue. If those four hours together are worth around…