Though the housing market is not too good at present, there are always rich people who have money and want to build new homes. And there are still more than a few architects in business designing homes. There’s so much variety in what people might want in a house, depending on how much money they have to spend, how much they want to spend, what their tastes are, what designs they like. The list goes on and on.
An architect can advertise with pictures and designs of houses he has designed and had constructed in the past. But there’s only so much room to display images in advertisements. The best has to be there to pull people in, and then they can go to the architect and browse through designs once they are more serious about looking.
Perhaps he could place images and plans for houses on a promotional flash drive that he can distribute to potential clients. Then people can browse through and see if they find any designs that fit something close to what they want to build.
The choices abound. Do they want one-story, two-story, three-story? Do they want a garage on the same level as the rest of the house or below it? Do they want a garage at all? Do they want spacious picture windows a small windows? Do they want a flat roof, a gentle slope, or a steep slope? An architect must provide many conceptions so the widest range of people can find something that they would like to see in a house.
CFGear.com can help an architect get all of his images organized in a sensible layout on a flash drive. Then potential customers can easily navigate to categories that fit what they want to look at in a house. They can see materials and pricing for those materials, pictures of previously built homes, floor plans and conceptual drawings, whatever helps them make a decision about a new home.
An architect could also duplicate USB flash drives and distribute them to his employees who are working on designs. They could have one source to view previously used designs and plans. A contractor could also use the drive to see images of plans for a house before he builds it. He can have copies of them to store for future reference to print extras that he may need.
Perhaps the architect could buy two sets of flash drives, one as a resource for employees and contractors, and one for customers to use in reviewing potential home designs. CF Gear offers a wide selection of flash drive models that customers can choose from. They also offer color imprinting and laser engraving. Perhaps a wood-covered flash drive, engraved with the name and logo of the company, would be a smart and fitting look for an architect to pick.
An architect can give his company a competitive edge by using flash drives to store info and market housing plans to potential clients. And CF Gear can help, from designing the layout to copying the data to many flash drives to imprinting them.
The layout and set up for a flash drive like this could be useful in many jobs, not just architecture. Great tips!