Cindy Grant, November 19, 2020

The Missouri Interior Design Council requires Missouri-registered commercial interior designers to complete 10 hours of continuing education every two years.

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Micène Fontaine, November 18, 2020

The Florida Board of Interior Design and Architecture requires Florida registered interior designers to complete 20 credis of Continuing Education (CE) every two years.

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Micène Fontaine, October 31, 2020

October - is all a blur. I feel like I am emerging from 31 days spent in Las Vegas, having lost all sense of time (minus any of the entertainment). I wake up with my omnipresent sense of sarcasm set dangerously high and a nagging sense of urgency. The urgency of someone who can’t wait for 2021 to come around while realizing that they are not ready for it.

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Micène Fontaine, October 28, 2020

The Nevada Board of Achitecture, Interior Design and Residential Interior Design requires Nevada-registered architects, interior designers and residential interior designers to complete eight (8) hours of continuing education every year.

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Micène Fontaine, September 29, 2020

The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners requires Texas-registered interior designers, architects and landscape architects to complete 12  (twelve) hours of continuing education every year.
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Cindy Grant, September 22, 2020

The New Jersey State State Board of Architects’ Interior Design Examination and Evaluation Committee requires New Jersey-certified interior designers to complete 12 hours of continuing education every two years.

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Micène Fontaine, September 1, 2020

September. For many of us, it's the unofficial start of the new year. Back to school or back to work or both. Businesses and individuals alike only have a few months left to achieve what we set out to do when 2020 came around. With COVID-19 complicating everything, making sure that we solve for the right problem is more critical than ever. 

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Micène Fontaine, August 1, 2020

August. The dog days of summer are upon us. The weight of sitting at my desk on a sultry Louisiana afternoon feels much heavier than usual. It’s not like me to have difficulty concentrating, yet here I am, busying around with emails, Slack, etc. While I am fooling myself into thinking I am being productive and doing meaningful work, it quickly dawned on me that I have not taken a break in hours and that I have not had a summer break - not really anyway (Courtesy of running a business amid a pandemic, travel bans, a move, life, etc. I know you know what I mean.)

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Cindy Grant, July 29, 2020

The Arkansas Board of Architects, Landscape Architects & Interior Designers requires Arkansas-registered architects to complete 12 hours of continuing education every calendar year.

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Micène Fontaine, July 23, 2020

Words carry a lot of weight, yet some are thrown around so lightly that their meaning gets further diluted with each use. 

The words “disrupt” and “empower” come to mind. Each of these words holds bold promises, but “empower” is particularly tricky, in my opinion. It’s one of my pet-peeves (the list is long, but it’s in the top 100). Full disclosure, “empower” found its way into our vision statement as it has into many other vision statements. It’s also in the title of our upcoming Change by Design session: “Empowering Everyone Everywhere.” The irony is not lost on me, yet my gripe persists. I don’t believe anyone can empower anyone else (myself included in both cases).

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