Join us on Thursday, December 10th for Best Practice, a virtual fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations at architecture firms and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the architecture and engineering industry are innovating through new business models and managerial techniques.
We’re chatting with Jackie Park. Jackie is passionate about helping architects find better ways of working through technology. She currently works at Airtable, a low-code platform to build collaborative apps, where she enables the sales team with the skills, content and training they need to sell more effectively. Prior to Airtable, she was part of the team at Architizer focused on creating a platform to help architects source building products and materials. Jackie has worked at Architecture Research Office and Ehrlich Architects. She has a BA from the University of California, Berkeley and received a Masters of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
In this 45 minute chat, we'll talk to Jackie about her journey from architecture to tech, and the opportunities that exist for architecture-specific workflow tools.
- Which workflows can architects optimize first with tech?
- What tools already exist to make a practice more efficient?
- How to disrupt practice operations with new tech implementation?
- and More!
Airtable is a cloud collaboration service headquartered in San Francisco. It was founded in 2012 by Howie Liu, Andrew Ofstad, and Emmett Nicholas. Airtable is a spreadsheet-database hybrid, with the features of a database but applied to a spreadsheet.