play tumblr googleplus facebook twitter youtube vimeo linkedin instagram
Trade Secrets in New England Home \ July August

by Louis Postel for New England Home featuring William Hodgins, Murray Dewart, Jean Kim, Kim Poliquin, Justin Zeller, Eric Haydel, Christa O'Leary and Michael T. Gray TERMS OF USE This PDF file is furnished with the understanding that it may be posted, distributed, or otherwise used only in its complete and original form. None of ...

You look mahvelous! Social Media Tip 106

I can’t be the only one who hates cameras! Dear Friends, This tip concerns our profile photos elicited by Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media platforms. I personally hate being photographed. More precisely, my body hates it. My eyes just automatically shut. Photographers need duct tape to keep them open. I am not alone in that ...

Trade Only Social Media Workshop Registration Links | Venegas, Roomscapes, Wolfers

Register for Venegas Nov 17 Register for Roomscapes Dec 2 Register for Wolfers Jan 13, 2016   ➡ .2 CEU ➡ limited attendance ➡ $59.00  ($69 for credit) per workshop

Feeling stuck around Social Media?

I have been writing and blogging about design for over twenty years and I can still feel that way – blocked! That’s one of the reasons I started the Writing Well Workshop Series, Part 2 of which is How to Make Friends and Influence People through Social Media marketing. (Nov 17 at Vanegas, Suite 620 ...

Do you and your clients speak the same language?

Designers and architects are particularly adept at using a visual language to describe what’s going on in a space. Their vocabulary is color, form, volume, texture, light and shadow. But for others — even the most well-educated clients — this particular vocabulary has little meaning. So how do you get across your ideas and accomplishments ...

Latest Posts

I can’t be the only one who hates cameras! Dear Friends, This tip concerns our profile photos elicited by ...

  Why this column on marketing your firm and your projects through social media? We’re glad there’s so ...