David’s mother homeschooled him start-to-finish, which nurtured his curiosity and talent developing new skills.
BuilderFish CEO, Jonathan Fishbeck dreams of attending the Masters and British Open, but he's already played—and parred—one of the most famous holes in golf.
How's this for a hint? When BuilderFish President, Todd Hawkins isn't working, he likes being invited to do the following.
We update quarterly our Lifetime Home Survey (LTHS) with new products, features and applications demonstrating Universal Design for the home. However, the January version below is the most recent because we haven't changed anything.
Our LTHS resides permanently at LifetimeHomeSurvey.com and serves as a wish list or assessment tool for specific areas inside and outside your home. Download either the “mini”, 2-page executive summary or the full 32-page assessment by clicking the links below and see our Universal Design page for pictures, ideas and a whole house tutorial.
For those with ratcheted up virus protection, the PDFs include many embedded hyperlinks to examples, resources and supporting information so your virus software may give you a warning or inhibit the download. Most of the colored text is an embedded link, click to be taken to the source information or product. Before the end of 2015, we will eliminate the PDFs and make the survey entirely web formatted.
Email me if you're having problems and I will send the LTHS as PDF attachments, and I welcome any comments or questions.
We refer to Jason as The Mayor because of all the people he deals with doing his job. Clients have literally said, “We love Jason”, but now there’s less of Jason to love since he discovered high heat yoga.
Helga Feden’s work is interesting, remarkable and challenging. After meticulously studying and sketching, she recreates the natural by carefully sculpting and carving under time pressure from the minute she starts.
Know anyone who cannot sleep if they don't understand how something works? That's Jim with technology, particularly his beloved Apple products.
Meet Jim's coworkers at our Team page.
You likely don’t realize you already have some universally designed features and fixtures in your home, which is as it should be. Universal Design (UD) has been tagged as “aging-in-place” and the awful “handicap accessible”, but it’s also kid-friendly and efficient, convenient for anyone.
“Aging” and disability/inability are problems UD solves but, as Design Consultant Amy Turnage explains, Universal Design is simply the smart, user-friendly and attractive choice regardless of the preferred style and location of the house.