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Say Goodbye to Mike Brady

12 Mar, 2006 By: Kenneth Wong


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Litmus proposal breaks with convention to improve architectural workflow
AEC
 

In 2000, setting up an office out of equipment acquired on eBay and through industry contacts, Julia Wood and Simon Tomkinson launched Litmus Design + Architecture in Portland, Oregon. Six years later, the majority of these software and hardware components are still very much a part of Litmus operations.

Recently, as one of the finalists in The World of Difference contest -- which posed the question, How would $100,000 in technology for your small business change the way you live, work, dream? -- Litmus proposed building an efficient design workflow around a relational database. True to their bootstrap origin, Wood and Tomkinson showed how to assemble the necessary infrastructure using off-the-shelf products.  Read more >>

  

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About the Author: Kenneth Wong


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