Evidence-Based Design for Residential

Date: 
Thursday, July 25, 2013 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Location

Webinar
United States
Location: 
Webinar
United States

Name: Evidence-Based Design for Residential

Speakers: Sally Augustin and Barbara Miller

Description:

Design is a creative profession; but designers are more than artists—they are practical problem solvers. When you are designing a home or enhancing a section of it, you use everything you know and believe to create spaces that support people as they live the life that makes them happy and healthy. You analyze a client’s existing home, their lifestyle, their needs, their preferences, their budget; every bit of information you can accumulate helps to create a more successful design solution. In this session attendees will learn how each element of design impacts the psychological perceptions and comfort of a client, why interviewing your clients enhances your design programming, how the information you discover about your client will help you prioritize projects to deliver maximum return on their investment in you and arm you with the information and resources you need to enhance your design decisions.

This session is based on the highly acclaimed ASID whitepaper - Evidence-Based Residential Design by Sally Augustin, Ph.D and Barbara B. Miller, ASID. 

Pricing: This webinar is $39.99 for members and $64.99 non-members.

Registration: Click here to register for this webinar.

 

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At the last Webinar we were presented the most innovative hardwood flooring ideas, I am an interior designer and it was very interesting for me because I learned a lot of new things that will surely create a good impression on my customers. Where can I sign up for the Evidence-Based Design for Residential Webinar? It would be great to hear again Barbara Miller, she is an expert in this domain.