Ask different architects the details of his or her daily job duties; you’ll get a different answer every time. What an architect does on a daily basis depends on where they live, what kind of firm they work for, and a myriad of other factors. That’s right, there are options …
I was a little surprised to discover that despite having told almost every conceivable work related story I know on this blog, somehow my “Golden Handcuffs” story apparently hadn’t made the cut … and this is one of my better stories.
Trying to standardize the process of decision making when there are no right or wrong answers is challenging. I’m tossing out for consideration, the idea that to truly achieve greatness as a designer, you have to have been around the block a few times.
Why do you work? It’s a good question and depending on your answer, can make a difference on your attitude. I work so that I can enjoy my time when I’m not working … but maybe that’s just me
Don’t underestimate the power of a positive attitude. It is amazing how easy it will become your permanent attitude.
Moonlighting has dark undertones as it’s very name might suggest. There are advantages and disadvantages to taking on work outside of normal business hours.
I don’t like to say no and I’ll always try to find a way to avoid saying it to someone. This article is about how to say “no” without actually saying “no”
You’re an architect – how much money do you make? I wish I got a dime every time someone asked me this question [read more]
Thinking of taking the architectural registration exam? I thought I would use today’s post to share with you what I did to pass the exam – on the first try.
here are some unique insights into how an architecture student can rise to the top of a pile of resumes and get that coveted architectural intern position