What Do You See? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 40

I am at the Palace Hotel in New York City overlooking the magnificent architecture of mirrored buildings, cathedral spires and cement and stone edifices. Within the narrow streets, at least from my vantage point up high, the yellow cabs and cars wind out of the chaos into a stringy procession of order. With a careful eye I can see details; rooftop gardens, flags billowing in the wind and even dog walkers amidst the giant looming structures that seem to take over this city.

It occurred to me that architecting the blueprint of your web presence is similar to putting together the pieces of a great looking and complicated puzzle. At first, it seems like an overwhelming big chaos. But once you figure out where all the pieces go, and like a magnificent piece of music, it is when all the small pieces are successfully, congruently and artfully put together that the chaos turns into a glorious creation.

This week’s tip: Looking at the big picture requires careful attention to the small details.


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0 thoughts on “What Do You See? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 40

  1. Chad- Enjoyed the post and thanks for reminding all of us to pay attention to the little, but important details. It’s funny sometimes how we can all look at the same thing and all see something different. I guess that what keeps things interesting. We’re are all paying attention to the small details but, the details we’re looking at are sometimes different for each of us 🙂

  2. Mitch, Always great to see you online and the exciting things you are creating. It always amazes me what my kids and grandkids see (even my dog) which makes me re-think my surrounding, viewpoint, details and the big picture. I also realize that we often evaluate our clients’ situations by using our subjective filters. But this is a completely different issue.

    Thanks for contributing.

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