Collaborate, Collaborate, seriously go for it! It’s one of the best things you can do for yourself, your brand and your business.
Collaboration allows you to work with a brand, team or company you believe in, discover something new about yourself and learn more about a cause, product or service. Collaboration is truly an amazing learning experience.
Some may think that sustainability is just a trend but the reality is, we hit an era in humanity where we are depleting our natural resources. That's the reason sustainability is being talked about. Our planet can no longer produce a “free for all”, we must consider protecting our home.
"Even in my early years of studies in interior design, I didn't see the importance of sustainability in interior space. I wasn't fond of the idea of "reusing" materials. It seemed like a downgrade or simply a cheap project. Don't get me wrong I DO recycle. I recycle EVERYWHERE I go but it isn't something I wanted to parade about or associate myself with until this past year."
Want to become a creative but wondering what type of jobs are there for interior designers?
When I first started design school I didn’t know all the career possibilities and wondered if I can I make a living being an interior designer? Now that I’m in the industry, I can see that there are so many opportunities within the trade.
You probably landed on my page and this specific post because you’re CONTEMPLATING whether you should spend three or four “long” years studying interior design! Right? Oh, and keep in mind that the program length is on a full-time bases! So, if you are currently working full-time, you are probably thinking if it’s really WORTH going back to school.
The media has distorted the public's perception of interior design. Know that the industry is a professional trade just like dentistry, accounting, marketing, etc. As a designer who has obtained a one year certificate, a three-year diploma and completed a four-year degree in interior design, I want to answer your questions and clarify any confusion.
Thinking about entering the interior design industry? Interested in becoming an interior designer? Well, the first thing I can suggest you do is to look beyond the aesthetically beautiful interiors, construction plans, material selection, and mood board and ask yourself one question I believe is the fundamental of this industry. “What is the purpose of interior design?”