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Introduction: Design is a research-based profession. Not only does a professional in this field need to stay abreast of all current technologies and techniques, but have the capacity to translate that technology into a useful product. This is done by extensively researching our client's needs, beyond face value, and getting at the core of what will make a project successful to all parties. The design profession offers the chance to work with a diverse range of people and companies. Everyone uses and benefits from good design, and it's exciting to see what new opportunity will walk through the door next.
10 years in business
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License Type: Architect (OH)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Every registered architect has to perform 12 hours (minimum) per year of safety courses. These safety courses range from new products to new code issues. In my case I like to find education courses that satisfy this need but are also socially and graphically relevant.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?I am a service-industry professional. If I don't think my services will be of benefit to you, I will recommend not using them. Design in Columbus is a small community, and a good reputation for honest, straight-forward work goes much further than the opposite.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Sometimes I feel design is an underrated profession. I hear people saying that they watch HGTV and that design is easy. The problem is that designers make their work look easy as a way to help reassure their clients they know what they're doing, but it gives a wrong impression as to how difficult design actually is.