Professional Practice

Professional Practice - Chapter 1-5 Chapter 1: Finding Your...

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Chapter 1-5 Chapter 1: Finding Your Place in Interior Design five traditional designer-client relationships… *pure designer: designer provides only professional design services (drawings, documents, and purchasing specifications) *agent: act on the client’s behalf… placing orders, money flow --in some cases, the contracts are written so that the designer does not assume responsibility for the merchandise and materials and the work performed *merchant: procuring and selling merchandise *employee: employed by retail stores where they’re paid salary plus commission *contractor: employs the workers required to do construction, hang paper, finish surfaces, hang drapery and window treatments, etc. working styles: working alone, apprenticeship, teamwork, design associate, design team specializations: acoustic design, adaptive reuse (renovation), administrative headquarters design, airplane design, amusement park design, apartment/condo/co-op design, aquarium design, art consultant, art dealing, audiovisual center design, auditorium design, barrier-free design, bathroom design, beauty and barbershop design, cad specialist, carpet and rug design, ceramic tile design, closet design, code safety design law specialist, color consultation, commercial design, computer office design, construction supervision, corporate campus design, corporate in-house design, cosmetic dentistry, country club design, dental office design, design coordinator, design for children, design for in-home medical care, design for vision or hearing impairments, display and exhibit design, energy conservation design, ergonomic design, estate manager, facility management, factory and production consulting, faux finishes and stenciling, feng shui, forensic consulting, funeral home design, furniture design, furniture manager, geriatric design, graphic design, greenhouse design, hard-surface flooring design, hardware design, health and fitness club design, historic preservation and adaptive reuse, home office design, home theater design, hospital design, hospitality design, houseboat design, human factors, interior landscaping, journalism, kennel design, kitchen design, law office design, LEED, library design, licensing, lighting design, lighting fixture design, liturgical design, manufacturer in-house design, manufacturer representation, marine design, marketing, medical center design, medical office design, medical spa specialist, model home furnishing, modular prefabricated design, mural painting, museum design, nursing home design, office design, park design, passenger train and bus design, party and ball design, patio and outdoor room design, photographic set design, photography styling, plumbing fixture design, prison design, privacy design, product design, product display, product evaluation, product marketing, professional or promotional organizations, project management, proxemics, psychiatric care facility design, public relations, purchasing, real estate development, real estate upgrading,
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course MGT 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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