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Set standards for equity
Remodel the PEDR and CPD from just a record of professional competency to a feedback tool from students and workers to RIBA. To allow the opportunity to positively guide emerging working culture.
Provide more of a balance between disciplinary action and support to members facing conduct allegations.
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There is a shift from what architecture is, to what architecture does.
In this shift, architects need to step up and be at their best.
You've heard how I plan to make change happen.
Get in touch now and share your ideas for how this candidacy for RIBA President can help architects be at their best - now and in the future.
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The hotspot "on view - cycle next number (0% to 19%)", located above the large numbers on the canvas, has an On View Cycle – Next interaction. This interaction triggers the slideshow to continuously cycle through the text layers in the group "0% to 19%" at a .01 sec rate. Once it cycles through all the text layers, the last layer in the group is an additional hotspot "on view - stop cycle" which has two interactions applied to it. The first interaction shows the last text layer, "19%". The second interaction hides the "on view - cycle next number (0% to 19%)" hotspot to prevent it from cycling through the group again.
To replace an image, select the png or jpeg on the canvas or in the layers panel and click the "Replace image" button, which is next to the image thumbnail in the design panel. Any applied animations, interactions, image edits, or object states to the original image will carry over to the new one.
Tip: Try to make the new image a similar size and dimension to the image being replaced.
Object states give you the ability to assign various “states” to an element on the canvas. You can also apply object states to images that have been masked to create some really unique effects. In this example the image has a default state and a hover state. In the hover state, the image increases in size. The image is masked to the rounded square shape. Thus, when the user hovers over the image it looks like the image is zooming in as the image is constrained to the masked rounded square shape.
Remove the background of images by simply right clicking on an image and selecting “Remove Background.” In a matter of seconds, the foreground will be detected, and everything else behind it will disappear automatically, leaving behind an image with a completely transparent background.
Masking assets in the studio allows you to transform images and GIFs into virtually any shape you want. To mask an image, place a shape over the image on the canvas. This can be a standard shape (circle, square, triangle) from the Ceros shape tool, or a custom shape you’ve created using the path tool. You can also use PNG images and SVG Icons as masking objects as well. Then, select both the masking shape and original asset by holding down shift and clicking on both objects on the canvas or in your layers panel. With both objects selected, right click and select “Create Mask” from the right click menu. Your original asset will be cropped into the masking shape that you’ve applied.
Create an engaging and interactive landing page to display features using object states, masks, and blending modes.
Template - Professional Services Landing Page
1280px x 2050px
The "On Click- Cycle Next/Previous" interaction triggers the carousel to cycle to the next asset or group of assets in a designated folder or group.
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Establish institutional transparency
A series of RIBA quarterly town halls for transparency and member engagement.
Push for decentralisation and regionalism - pushing back against the London-centric operating of the institution.
Promote business innovation
A platform to make it easier and faster to record your project data, get actionable information, and advance your firm’s energy and carbon performance.
Redefine the architect's image and champion architecture workers across the wider economy.
1. Focus on the future architect
By being an accessible leader that prioritise conversation on both social and climate justice. To collaborate with progressive practices and institutions that offer expansive solutions to overwork and underpay.
2. Promote transparency and inclusion
I can ensure the RIBA is constantly communicating through town halls in a dialogue between members and RIBA across the UK regions and international charters.
3. Build the skills for a digital future
There are new markets emerging. I will be promoting the benefits of employing those with architecture training in the wider economy within roles in tech (design-tech, or prop-tech), to public policy, and academia.
I am standing for RIBA President following a grassroots lobbying process, led by my peers - a community of architectural workers, to speak up for the future architect in this election and give voice to a large section of our community who feel disenfranchised and under-represented.
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