CEU presentation - 3/13/13
Pinterest and the A&D Community: Sharing and Inspiring in a Digital World
Pinterest, one of the fastest growing social media sites, is a virtual pinboard where users collect, organize and share images of the things they find interesting. It is a great tool for the A&D industry, as it embraces a visual and creative process. The course will focus on the rise of Pinterest as a useful resource for the A&D community, and how it impacts architects and designers as a whole.
Come and learn a general overview of Pinterest, the site's history and impact on society. View the A&D community's presence on Pinterest. Explore how the A&D industry is using Pinterest to further creativity and design work. Attendees will also learn how to register on Pinterest, organize boards, pin and share images and demonstrate pin etiquette.
Learn how Pinterest can serve as an endless source of inspiration and help you connect and share ideas in the ever-evolving architecture and design industry.
This CEU is approved for credit through IDCEC (ASID, IIDA and IDC), as well as AIA.
Speaker: Erin Frederickson, account manager at Full Circle Public Relations - where she develops and oversees PR and social media efforts for Milliken's global floor covering division.
5:00pm - 6:00pm Registration and Networking
6:00pm - 7:30pm Presentation and Q&A
Office Resources, Inc.
374 Congress St.
Boston, MA 02210
IIDA Members and student members: FREE
Non IIDA Members: $30 Students: FREE
Capacity: 30 people
Online registration is closed for this event. Onsite registration will open at 5:00pm on Wed 3/13
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