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Eric Reinholdt
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metal head . architect . dad . guitar player . home brewer . mount desert island, maine
metal head . architect . dad . guitar player . home brewer . mount desert island, maine

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Projects and clients are inseparable - they both have to be a good fit. #architecture   #marketing   

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If you're looking for outside feedback on your website, Peek offers up to three five-minute video reviews of your website per month. Visit, http://peek.usertesting.com/, input your URL and they'll email you a link to a screen-cast of a random web user clicking through your site within an hour or two.

The user records their real-time impression of your site and answers a couple of basic questions:
  
1) First impression, what's it for?
2)What's the first thing you want to on this page.
3) What stood out to you on this page? What frustrated you?

The paid version allows you to narrow the demographic, as the free version is classed as a "random web user."

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These are a few of my architectural 'habits' - what are yours?
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Still using that Mayline? Drafting dots? 2D, 3D, BIM? Read the latest in my 'Design Practice' series - what are you drawing with?   #architecture   #CAD   #BIM   #sketching  

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Design Workshop: Connecting Our Built and Unbuilt Worlds

See the full Ideabook here: http://bit.ly/1lF5tUE
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Building your own  #Design  Practice? Check out Part 3 of the Design Practice Series: 'How to Get Hired' and add your voice...
#architecture   #marketing  

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If you have a minute check out the next in my series written to help you take your Design Practice from idea to reality. #marketing #architecture

Be sure to share your marketing successes...writing has worked well for me...

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Design your practice just as you would a project. This is the first in a new series I'm writing for Houzz focusing on the process of opening your own practice, step-by-step from idea to reality.

Hope it helps the BofA community "do it anyway"...
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