One question we’ve heard frequently from designers trying to get up to speed on social media is: Which social media platform is best for designers? One way to maximize social media exposure is to cross-pollinate between platforms: Tweet what you Pin, Pin what you blog, blog what you show on Houzz, and so on.
Your interior design customer can take up your time, soliciting ideas from you…and then skip past you to buy online. How do you get customers to buy from you?
Are you ready to support our aging population with universal design? Here are a few steps designers can take to get started.
When Accountability Information Management, Inc. (AIM) asked designers at the 2011 Fall High Point Market to name the factors that influenced their design decisions, clients came out on top. Nearly half of all respondents cited the “client.” But what does it mean to give the client what she wants.
Color is a total language that embraces everything from fashion and accessories to interiors, industrial design and cosmetics, according to Pantone® Inc., the world-renowned authority on color and provider of color systems and leading technology for the selection and accurate communication of color across a variety of industries. Pantone celebrates color and is always […]
According to research that Accountability Information Management (www.a-i-m.com) conducted with exhibitors at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, 44% cited quality as the most important factor in brand selection.
Because homeowners are more inclined nowadays to remain in their homes as they age, it’s important to incorporate universal design elements that meet current needs–and what clients may need years later. The same holds true for families.