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B U S I N E S S S E N S E Hitting the Books Why Continuing Education is Key to a Designer’s Career Growth B Y K E L L E Y G R A N G E R W e all remember the liberation we felt when we graduated college — our lives no longer revolved around class schedules, and a very literal weight was lifted as we auctioned off the last of our textbooks at the school store. But it probably wasn’t long into life as a professional that we realized our college days of lectures and coursework were just a hint of things yet to come — especially in industries like design where things move at the speed of light. Software is continually upgraded and invented. Building codes and materials change and evolve to meet the most current needs. The market itself is dynamic and unpredictable. It turns out graduation is just the beginning of what should be a career-long commitment to furthering your education. 22 • boutique DESIGN may/june 2010

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Boutique Design - May/June 2010
BD Launches ScanLife Technology
The Rocco Forte Collection
Kimpton Open Another Hotel Palomar
Steve Wynn Unveils Encore
NEWH Members Tour NYC’s Newly-Renovated Surrey Hotel
Novo Arts Hotels S.A.S. Studio Night to Benefit the Give Your Art Foundation
BDNY Advisory Board Meets to Tour New Building and Discuss Trade Show Launch
Business Sense
On the Boards: Sephen Jacobs and Andi Pepper Introduce the Upcoming Gansevoort Park
Q&A with Ed Bakos and Anthony DiGuiseppe
We Proudly Present the 2010 Boutique 18 - Read Their Story in Pictures
In Reflection
World by DESIGN
Bath and Spa
Amsterdam Film, UXUS Design, Transforms Napa Valley Garage Winery into Majestic Upscale Tasting Den, Merus
Calendar/Advertisers' Index

Boutique Design - May/June 2010