Friday’s RSAW Conference with architects in Wales was an excellent opportunity for practitioners from across the country and beyond to get together and think about running their practices.
As promised, here are the slides from my presentation. You can view them here simply by clicking on the deck below, or you can ‘view on slideshare’ by clicking the link.
Don’t forget that additional information is available direct from the slides by clicking on the images or the blue text.
There was a great deal of very positive feedback after the session and a flurry of business cards were exchanged. I’m looking forward to hearing more about your firms and what you’re hoping to achieve online. You can contact me on twitter or via the contact form here on JustPractising.
Several people asked me if I solely work for Barefoot & Gilles; though I did for five years I’m now acting as consultant to the firm and can also offer my support in various ways to other companies. You can read more about what I could help you with here.
The #RSAW11 hashtag which was created for the conference, was very active. You can see the archive of tweets here, which shows you the range of participants who are already using twitter and were at the conference, or listening in via twitter. The event was picked up by several participants from the United States, for example.
If you’re already using twitter, you can follow the RSAW at @ArchitectsWales, and don’t forget to let them know you’re tweeting so they can put you in their Architects list. If you get in touch with me at @Subutcher I’ll be able to help you there too, and you can try following my @JustProfs account which shares advice on social tools, specifically Linkedin and Twitter.
I mentioned several books during my presentation, and for your convenience have included links to them on Amazon below.
Books I mentioned in the talk:
BIM and Integrated Design by Randy Deutsch
The Long Tail by Chris Anderson
Did you attend the conference, or do you have any questions? Please share your thoughts in the comments below, we look forward to you joining the conversation.
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