Most small firm architects are unhappy with their bookkeeping application. This is an evaluation of what is available.
Architectural Bookkeeping App Evaluation
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If you don’t document your time daily, is it timekeeping or something else?
The benefits of this Seven Step Process of Schematic Design
Getting more than intended from software.
Estimating design fees is part science and part art … OK …
it’s math and guessing.
The purposeful way to develop a niche from nothing is to publish.
This is one of the chapters in my e-book, Trello-PM. I want to give you a glimpse at what it is like to get set up with Trello™. See what you think...
Fundamentals - How an Architectural Firm Works
Basements sound like a really good value -
residential, yes; commercial, no.
Do You Know The Simple Model That All
Architectural Firms Are Built On?
The Financial Model of an Architect’s Office is a well-kept secret. I have never seen it mentioned anywhere. But there are several things that need to be in balance to get positive financial results. The resources available from the AIA are only useful if you already have an MBA-like understanding of finances.
A Financial Model entails more than “Income minus Expenses should be a positive number.” Negative numbers equal poison. You can’t survive much poison.
I have to mention Page Highfill here. He is the architect who told me about the
financial model that architects need to know about.
Determine an appropriate architectural fee in minutes
instead of hours (days?).
Many buildings could benefit from a truck dock.
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