Thanks for your input! Trello is a great tool and good to hear it is being used in LA firms.
Regarding your customer contact management system, I had some success implementing Business Contact Manager (addon for Micorsoft Outlook) to create a database for sending company newsletters and used shared folders in each persons inbox so…[Read more]
The internet is a small place 🙂
Yes I was thinking of putting in a proposal if I could really come up with some worthwhile topics to research and cover. I think there is a shortage of good information in digital format (lots of great books but very few ebooks) and this project may have some potential.
The challenge is…[Read more]
Thanks for your input!
Do you find any all of these tasks require daily organization?
Hi Madame Dirt,
Thank you for your input, all good points on how to make the most of the profession. You sound like you have a lot of experience in govt/civic projects and would love to hear more from you about your day to day office experience.If you could answer any of the following questions I would greatly appreciate it!
● Can you walk me t…[Read more]
Thanks for your reply. So since you have your own team that understand the creative intent and the level of detail you require you can just give them a site plan and they will work it out from there?
That`s a great level of trust to have. Do you consult with your installation staff during the design process or discuss with them after y…[Read more]
Thank you Boilerplate, that`s quite the challenge you have put forward! I might start of with some smaller issues but that is certainly a good goal to aim for 🙂
Thanks for the feed back. Yes your right my question is currently quite vague and open ended.
Basically I am trying to break down the day to day routines of Landscape Architects and the common challenges faced in the office, weather it be marking up a design, organisign a site inspection, handling emails from clients, toublesom CAD…[Read more]
Many Thanks for the Links Graham.
James: The site is at Kwan Tei, Fanling. Many thanks for your help!
I have just won a small design job and looking for a bit of advice.
Can anyone give me a short list of plants that would be easy to source in Hong Kong and suitable for planting around an industrial site (ie very low maintenance!)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!