A Guide to Business Principles and Practices for Interior Designers: With Actual Examples of the Specialized Procedural Forms to be Used in the Office

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Whitney Library of Design, 1968 - Interior decoration - 202 pages
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Contents

Foreword About the indispensable role of business practice in the highly artistic profession of interior design
7
A Practice in Interior Design and How to Establish
11
Interior Design as a Profession
13
Divisions of the Profession
16
Business Formations
20
Location and Nature of the Business
28
Essential Counsel and Assistance
30
Carrying Through a Job and Charging for
33
Billing and Collecting
88
NonResidential WorkSpecial Requirements
93
The NonResidential Field
95
Initial Contact with the NonResidential Client
97
Fees and Compensations in NonResidential Work
107
Letter of Agreement in NonResidential Work
114
Estimates and Procedures in NonResidential Work
131
Forms Techniques and Special Factors
139

Initial Contact with Client
35
Letter of Agreement
39
Confirmation of Contract Proposals
46
Methods of Determining Fees and Compensations
53
Other Job Cost Factors in Setting Fees
61
The Clients Budget
64
Estimation and Control of the Budget
67
Purchase Orders
75
Clients Inventory and Billing Control
81
Contract Breakdown
141
Relations with Trade Sources
146
Theory Objectives and Methods of Recording Time
152
Insurance
162
The Job Book
165
Other Working Forms
173
Basic Elements of Bookkeeping and Accounting for Interior Designers
189
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