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DESIGNING TO BOOST CREATIVITY & INNOVATION for Work and at Home
Monday, APRIL 6, 2020
10am-11am Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS371-20 - 1 HSW LU
IDCEC # 110538 - .1 non-HSW CEU
 1 CE Credit


FLEXIBLE TUITION OPTIONS


Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 

 Course Description  

Environments designed to foster creativity and innovation are becoming increasingly valued. Fortunately, we now possess a wealth of scientific data showing how our physical surroundings can be manipulated to boost creative thinking and problem-solving. This heavily illustrated presentation explores the fundamentals of environmental psychology and how it can be leveraged to maximize idea generation within interior space. Among the topics discussed are color, lighting, furnishings, artwork, materials, views, sound, plantscaping, and programming.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Explain the role environmental psychology plays in innovation-driven design, particularly as it relates to color, lighting, furnishings, artwork, materials, views, sound, plantscaping, and programming.
  • Apply current research to home and work from home environments.
  • Evaluate the cognitive effectiveness of existing spaces.
  • Source products and materials known to boost idea generation.

Instructor   

Donald Rattner, AIADonald M. Rattner, AIA helps organizations and individuals optimize creative thinking in workplace, learning, residential, wellness, hospitality, and commercial environments. Educator and author as well as practitioner, Rattner has taught at the University of Illinois, New York Academy of Art, New York University, and Parsons School of Design. Workshop and lecture venues include NeoCon, Creative Problem Solving Institute, Creative Mornings, AIA state chapter events, and many others. Among his publications are the award-winning My Creative Space: How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark Innovation, The Creativity Catalog, Parallel of the Classical Orders of Architecture, entries in professional reference books, and numerous contributions to print and online channels. His work has been featured on CNN and in such publications as The New York Times, Town & Country, Robb Report, Residential Architect, Builder, Traditional Building Magazine, LMagazine, and Design Milk. Rattner holds a BA in art history from Columbia and an MArch from Princeton.

253, 11, 4, BF, SD, S2

CONNECT THE DOTS
Monday, APRIL 6, 2020
11:30am-2:30pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS372-20 - 3 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 107198 - .3 HSW CEUs
 3 HSW CE Credits


FLEXIBLE TUITION OPTIONS

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience. 

 

 Course Description  

Connect the dots from key market trends to consumer purchasing behaviors. This seminar explores HSW consumer trends in retail, hospitality, entertainment and technology through case studies and product examples to help you understand the connections between these deep-seated trends and your business. The connections provide insight into how today’s consumer craves the security offered by design-forward products and services. You’ll walk away understanding the drivers that are shaping the next wave of consumers, along with actionable ideas for how you can integrate HSW into your design offerings.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Know STEEP theory and what it means for business opportunities.
  • Understand macrotrends and their influence on consumer behavior.
  • Discover how deeply embedded HSW is in consumer culture.
  • Learn to apply trend theory around the desire for HSW in your business.
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Instructor   

SusanSusan Schultz is a design communicator, with a background in marketing, editorial, product development, and business development. Her clients appreciate her keen insight into consumer trends, cross-industry research, and how to “jump silos” to implement new ideas into the design business. In addition to working directly with designers on business, communication, and marketing strategies, she is also the managing director of Design Trust, Inc., a uniquely collaborative association of leading interior design executives focused on best practices.

NEW METHODS AND MATERIALS:    What's Here Now and What's Next
Tuesday, APRIL 7, 2020
10am-2:30pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS341-19 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 109750 - .4 HSW CEUs
 4 HSW CE Credits
 1 sustainable design credit


FLEXIBLE TUITION OPTIONS

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

Course Description  

 New construction methods and innovative materials are rapidly changing how and what we can design/build. Join us as we venture into a brave new world where structures are created in a digital world and 3D-printed by robots. See how energy used on site is created from the sun and from people using the space; and how Net Zero Energy buildings are the new mandated reality. Discover how buildings and furnishings are built from resurrected trash and innovative sustainable products. With these new tools, new rules, new methods, and new materials, your designs will be future-ready.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Explain how new technologies are reshaping design and construction; and how to leverage its use to help solve current challenges.
  • List new technologies that contribute to on-site energy production.
  • Discuss how new methods and materials can be used to design Net Zero Energy buildings.
  • Identify new technologies that are creating high-performance and sustainable materials.

 Instructor   

Lynne WilkinsonLynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB, is Principal Interior Designer for the firm Draco Designs based in Austin TX. Her passion for design developed during 12 years working and traveling abroad in over 150 countries studying and lecturing on the art, architecture, and history of hundreds of cultures. These influences fused with an innate artistic aesthetic and technical abilities allow Lynne to create and oversee unique designs that are as individual as the clients. During her many years as an Interior Designer, Lynne has completed a diverse number of projects in both the residential and commercial fields. Lynne is a licensed Interior Designer in the state of Texas and holds an NCIDQ National Certificate for Interior Design Qualification. She has earned degrees from The Art Institute and The Ohio State University.

LIGHTING DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS
Wednesday, APRIL 8, 2020
10am-2:30pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS274-20 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 105385 - .4 HSW CEUs
 4 HSW CE Credits
 Includes 1 barrier-free design credit.

 

FLEXIBLE TUITION OPTIONS

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

Learn lighting guidelines and rules of thumb that you can immediately put to use. You will gain insight about lighting from a professional lighting designer’s perspective. A segment is dedicated to design considerations related to vision (accessibility) and the aging eye. The program is fast paced and lighthearted in style. It is geared towards architects and interior designers professionals, but will equally benefit anyone interested in lighting.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Identify lighting design principles and lighting applications that meet the demands of all users.
  • Explain the lighting design approaches related to safety solutions for a range of project types.
  • Specify LED lighting sources with regard for their performance characteristics related to sustainable lighting solutions.
  • Summarize the design considerations related to vision (accessibility) and the aging eye and describe lighting strategies for improving the interior environment.

Instructor   

Thompson_PhotoCharles Thompson, founder and Vice President of ARCHILLUME, is a Fellow in the AIA and an interior designer. He is a corporate member of the International Association of Lighting Designers and a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. He is one of the first lighting professionals to receive LIGHTING CERTIFICATION from the NCQLP. Thompson oversees every project and maintains a high level of involvement from beginning to end. Being a principal of ARCHILLUME LIGHTING DESIGN, INC. since 1985, Charles has little recollection of what he did before then. Charles' passions include family, travel, photography and Harley-Davidsons.

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321, 09, 2, S2
I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation -- lots of valuable, new information shared. Professional and certainly convenient.
Nancy D.FL Interior Designer
Very educational. I learned a lot in easy to follow and understand terms. Thanks.
Dalia B., FL Interior Designer, ASID Member
Exquisite Seminar. The contents and presentation were outstanding.
Robert F., FL Architect, AIA Member
This seminar was extremely informative; it provides a timely overview of current practices and standards.
Melissa R., IIDA Memberda.