Our Top 3 Blog Posts of 2015

Our Top 3 Blog Posts of 2015

Happy 2016! We hope that you all enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and had a great time ringing in the new year. Our first post of 2016 is a quick look back at the three most viewed posts on the DBI blog in 2015. Here we go:

#1: Architecture + Instagram

Our most visited blog post of 2015 brought together two things we love: architecture and Instagram: 15 Architecture Firms to Follow on Instagram 2015. Instagram has a vibrant community of architecture lovers from across the globe filling feeds with gorgeous snaps of all types of architecture from the mundane to the grandiose. This list is a selection of some of the most interesting and engaging architecture firms active on Instagram today. From the artistic and introspective to remarkable pictures of incredible structures, these Instagram accounts are still a must follow for any architecture lover. Check them out HERE and follow your favorites.

#2: Getting Your Portfolio Online

Coming in at the number two spot on our most popular blog posts of 2015 is a great resource post titled: 4 Free Websites to Get Your Architecture Portfolio Online. Whether you are an architecture student looking to get your academic work online for all to see or a mid-career professional that has never made the leap to a digital portfolio, this post gives you four excellent (and FREE) websites where you can present your work in a professional and appealing way. Take a few minutes to explore these great portfolio hosting websites and see if your professional online presence could use a tune up. Get started by visiting the post HERE.

#3: Creating a Modern Design Portfolio

The third most viewed post on the DBI blog in 2015 is actually a post that was published at the end of 2014. In his post, How to Create and Maintain a Modern Design Portfolio, David Brown walks readers through the foundational points of creating, maintaining, and sharing a great architecture and design portfolio that hiring managers and recruiters will respond to. Your professional portfolio should tell your design story and show potential employers and clients what you bring to the table and how you approach the design process. This post is an excellent place to start if you are looking to make a career move in 2016. Check it out HERE.

Bring on 2016

As we move forward into 2016, the DBI Team will be working hard to deliver exciting, useful, and fun content designed for architecture and design professionals everywhere. With that being said, we want to hear from you:

  • What is your favorite post on the DBI blog?
  • What type of posts would you like to see more of?
  • What questions would you like to see us tackle in future posts (Go ahead…ask us anything)?

Share your thoughts in the comments and help us continue to make the DBI blog the best resource out there for architecture and design professionals.