As many are aware a few months ago mgoodwin submitted NCARB‘s IDP hours to the Georgia Board in order to be approved to begin taking the ARE. Sadly NCARB‘s website does not have information on how to contact your board of choice to determine if there was any follow-up required. mgoodwin was left believing that he would be contacted with further information or being told “you’re approved”. This did not happen, a follow-up email had to be sent to NCARB to which they copied mgoodwin to an email to the Georgia board for communication purposes and showing that the hours had been submitted.
Only after emailing the contact at the Georgia Board was it found out that an application along with $50 had to be submitted along with the NCARB record.
For those future Architects that need to get begin taking their exams in Georgia, don’t forget to go to ww.sos.ga.gov/plb and apply online and pay your $50 after you have had NCARB submit your completed IDP record.
Just invested in Adobe inDesign to add to the rest of Adobe Creative Suite. Now it’s time to become familiar with the differences in the software compared to the other tools in the package along with learning the power it holds over word processors and Illustrator when it comes to page layout. ::Happy Dance::
mgoodwin has completed the required Intern Development Program Hours needed prior to taking the 7 Architecture Registration Exams (ARE). Now the submitted hours are going through the “verification process” process prior to being able to submit them to Georgia’s Jurisdiction Requesting approval to begin taking the ARE. OH HAPPY DAY!
Many of my clients are not aware of what a QRCode (quick response code) is let alone why there would be a need to use one. The QRCode is a two-dimensional code that is readable through QR readers and by … Continue reading →
The fine tuning of your website (mgoodwinDESIGN) in this case, it what makes the whole branding exercise come together… When working with an open source CMS like WordPress, one tends to start with an existing template and builds/customizes from there. The satisfying part is watching the stylization slowly morph into your own. The frustrating part can be playing hide and seek with the code till you resolve the part of the code that makes the changes you are expecting. TAG YOU’RE IT! Headway made… another bit of stylization made.
Saturday, August 6th 2011; 14 days until Architecture for Humanity Atlanta’s Birdhouse Social and the day that mgoodwinDESIGN hosted the Birdhouse Social Craft Day. The task for the day was to convert a pile of fresh cut bamboo and rolls … Continue reading →
Are you in the process of doing some remodeling to your home? Not a fan of the costs that are associated with buying the product from you local Lowes or HomeDepot? Why not check out your local Habitat ReStore and get new and gently used products for that home renovation… They provide products to the public at far lower prices that typical resale AND you will be supporting an amazing organization.
Our friends at Veluxe Interiors began an industry related educational blog a while back… The latest entry has been posted and worth taking a look at especially if you need to get back to the basics on Furniture Organization.