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    Week 8: CBI

    By jeshedge
    Aug 10, '15 12:41 AM EST

    This week, on top of my normal tasks, I reorganized the materials library. This included updating product binders, finding new ways to store samples, and making it all fit. This process took up most of four days, and the library now looks BEAUTIFUL.

     

    Presentations are tailored to be different for each client, based on the services being provided and the nature of the project. For responses to bids, it’s a matter of gathering information and compiling it in a binder using PowerPoint. Creating specific products and renderings a project is awarded is done through CAP and visual impressions. The designers as well as those in sales use the samples as a tangible visual when presenting products. Tools such as these are used to communicate design ideas in a format, which can be easily understood



     
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