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The Electronic Office for the Interior Designer: A Quick Guide to Business Technology

American Society of Interior Designers

by Joan Gaulden, FASID

March 2006

Many designers have had to teach themselves whatever computer skills they have, and that usually means whatever has to be done at the moment.  As the author, Joan Gaulden, FASID, points out, however, the technologies, and resources they support, described in this book can greatly benefit the designer every day, helping him or her to be more efficient, professional and, ultimately, a better designer.  In addition to providing tips and insights on how to use computers and software more effectively, Gaulden also covers ways that designers can use digital cameras, scanners and even PDAs and camera phones to increase efficiency and better communicate with clients, vendors and other business associates.

Printed copies are available at a cost of $30 per copy for ASID members or $40 per copy for non-members, plus $5 per copy for shipping and handling.

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