ASID PUBLICATIONS ORDER FORM » Interior Design Profession: Facts and Figures » Professional Interior Design: It’s a Smart Business This report brings together information and data about all as- Decision (Commercial Brochure) pects of the interior design profession in the U.S. and Canada. • Retail • Hospitality • Health Care » How to Get Your Work Published » Sound Solutions: Increasing Oﬃce Productivity This updated booklet lists publications that accept interior Through Integrated Acoustic Planning and Noise design work, along with submission guidelines and contact infor- Reduction Strategies mation for each publication. Newly revised and updated, this paper demonstrates how and why noise problems exist in the workplace and how » Consumer Use of Design Services integrated planning and implementation of interior design This report contains highlights of a survey of U.S. homeowners solutions can signiﬁcantly reduce noise levels and increase regarding their remodeling projects and knowledge of interior worker productivity. design services, and includes tips on how designers can more » Better Sound Solutions: Applying Occupant and eﬀectively market their services. Building Performance Measurement and Design » Hire a Professional: A Guide to Interior Design to Improve Oﬃce Acoustics Services (Residential Brochure) This new study takes a fresh look at issues related to oﬃce This brochure/mailer is an excellent way to promote your resi- acoustics and strategies for creating eﬀective design solutions. dential design business to potential clients. » Better Lighting and Daylighting Solutions: » Know Your Client: Fundamentals for Improving Visual Quality in Oﬃce Environments Eﬀective Relationships Authors Steven Orﬁeld, Jay L. Brand, Ph.D., and Pekka Hak- Based on ASID-sponsored independent research of clients and karainen, Ph.D., contend that for some time lighting quality interior designers in various design specialties, this report has taken a back seat to energy consumption as the primary identiﬁes the business and relationship behaviors that matter lighting issue in oﬃce environments. Beginning with how oc- most to your clients and provides a set of consulting principles cupants perceive light and moving on to ways in which light to guide designers. interacts with the objects and surfaces in the oﬃce environ- ment, they examine the basic components of good lighting » Designing Better Workplaces and daylighting as they relate to improving visual quality for For more than 10 years, ASID has sponsored research on the occupants and, ultimately, work performance. ways in which interior design contributes to worker productiv- ity, recruitment, retention and satisfaction. This new publica- » The Electronic Oﬃce for the Interior Designer: tion brings together for the ﬁrst time the major ﬁndings of that A Quick Guide to Business Technology research in a format that makes them easily applicable for the The technologies, and resources they support, described in interior designer. this book can greatly beneﬁt the designer every day, helping him or her to be more eﬃcient, professional and, ultimately, » The Future at Work: Preparing for the a better designer. In addition to providing tips and insights Workplace of Tomorrow on how to use computers and software more eﬀectively, No one can say for sure what the future will look like. But author Joan Gaulden, FASID, also covers ways that designers despite that uncertainty, there is plenty that interior designers can use digital cameras, scanners, and even PDAs and cam- can do to prepare themselves. This document summarizes the era phones to increase eﬃciency and better communicate views and insights of experts from the popular ASID FutureWork with clients, vendors and other business associates. forums. It outlines the main factors aﬀecting the workplace and then describes their implications for workplace design. » Building Codes for Beginners This introductory guide points to the why, what, where and » In the Open: How Design Can Protect Privacy when of building code information essential to interior de- This new research paper explains the ways designers are stepping sign practice. Building codes are mastered through years of in to help their clients ensure privacy in a variety of settings. experience, the foundation of which begins by starting in the right place. This new guide by Kimberly Marks, ASID, IIDA, directs designers to the fundamental issues and information that will help form that foundation eﬃciently and concisely. SEE NEXT PAGE FOR PRICING AND ORDER FORM. 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