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If you are practicing in the fields of interior design or architecture, then you are intimately familiar with the LEED AP credential, but have you heard of Developed in collaboration with the To become a WELL AP, all
Diversifying your interior design business staves off dry spells and keeps you in business during tougher times whether a slow month or two each year or a multi-year drought. You can diversify by changing the way you look
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While future designers all across the country are returning to the classroom, they are not the only designers who need to think about education. Lifelong learning is critical to the success of an interior designer. Designers need to
Every good story shares a basic structure and answers the fundamental questions of who, what, when, where, why and how. It's not complicated, yet many of us fail to include these details when asked to tell our stories.
As a college educator at The Art Institute of Dallas, a campus of South University, it can often be frustrating working with freshman who have "decorating" on the brain when they start their first year of school. At
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