IIDA Bulletin


Design can reinforce an organization's vision while supporting wellness and engagement


Making the connection between design and the bottom line is essential for client satisfaction


IIDA asked members how they stay creative and inspired


The impact successful mentorship can have on future designers is life-changing


Personal connection to a space is often the unspoken detail that makes design successful


Interior designers are frustrated and they’re ready to do something about it.


As 2014 closes, we've been thinking a lot about the future at IIDA in terms of how the Association can evolve to meet the design community's needs.


Julio Braga takes a look at Latin America, a location that has yet to fully define itself.


Forget punch lines: improvisation is a vital tool in the everyday life of the interior designer. Here’s how to leverage it.


Businesses must rely on more than physical space to succeed—and three universal truths of good design can help them achieve profitability.


With designers working longer hours with tighter budgets, it's led to new trends in both how work is approached and what employers expect.


As history progresses, so does the evolution of design thinking. And with it evolves the application of game theory to our work in the profession.


Celebrating the 20th anniversary of IIDA, Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl Durst shares her thoughts on design today and where it is headed in the future.


As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of IIDA and look to the future, we are reminded that its core principles remain the same.


Interior design involves a lot of hard work, but those in the profession know that the rewards are plentiful and found in every stage of the process.

The science of design is constantly changing, and it’s more important than ever for designers to remain open to new ideas, because they’re going to be arriving in ways we could never have imagined just a few years ago.

Thanks to globalization and the internet, ideas are traveling wider and faster than at any point in history, giving design the opportunity to become a truly universal language—but is there a downside?

Is it possible to reverse-engineer the lives of design masters to map out the route to success? Maybe not, but there are at least five basic qualities, embodied in IIDA Fellows, that play an important role in the mastery of design.

It’s been an incredible 2013 for IIDA and its expanding number of international competitions. Here's a look at our current portfolio of competitions and their contribution to the design industry at large.

To me, the movers and shakers of the design world are those who have taken the field to places we've never seen before. Here's a small celebration of some of my favorites.
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