Technology has repeatedly proven to be a time-saver in traditionally 'hands-on' fields such as fashion, cooking, design, and art and has enabled incredible innovation and efficiency in the field of interior design in particular.
Fremont, CA: Gone are the days when being an interior designer required only an eye for color, a love of décor, competitive knowledge of the pros and cons of roman blinds versus cellular shades, and the capabilities to channel one's creative vision into strangers' homes. Today, whether working in residential design, commercial interiors, or home staging, interior designers must master not only traditional interior design skills such as drawing and planning out a space, but also a deep understanding of the latest design business skills, software, and up-to-date knowledge of computer-aided design tools and resources.
Technology has repeatedly proven to be a time-saver in traditionally 'hands-on' fields such as fashion, cooking, design, and art and has enabled incredible innovation and efficiency in the field of interior design in particular. Computer-aided design (CAD) programs now allow designers to show clients what spaces could look like by laying them out digitally, which means that for the first time ever, customers have more than just blind faith and friends' referrals to go on when selecting an interior designer, while the internet has also allowed product and design development to take an entirely new path by involving both the client and the designer.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) – a process that involves the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places – allows everyone involved in a project, including the client, designer, architect, and lead builder, to coordinate and communicate in real-time, increasing accuracy, minimizing errors, and allowing design concepts to be brought to life. Moodboarding apps for smartphones and computers, such as Pinterest, now enable clients and designers to collaborate to develop the creative inspiration for a physical space, with designers increasingly fond of using mood boarding to archive their own favorite spaces and concepts. Interior designers can create catalogs of aesthetic inspiration to present to clients based on their taste and style by digitally scrapbooking furniture, color swabs, and fabric ideas.
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