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  • Use this toolkit to understand the fundamentals of 3D printers and learn mitigation strategies to support the safe application of this innovative technology.

    Use this toolkit to understand the fundamentals of 3D printers and learn mitigation strategies to support the safe application of this innovative technology. 

    Thanks to the development of affordable, compact, and user-friendly 3D printers, consumer use is booming particularly in offices, classrooms, and homes. 3D printers have become a valuable tool. But, as with so many new technologies, there are also unintended consequences to consider. There’s a growing need to better understand human health and environmental risks associated with 3D printing, specifically as it relates to chemical exposure. Chemical Insights Research Institute, along with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, embarked on a multi-year research initiative on 3D printer emissions. Read this user-friendly toolkit to access essential information, directly applicable to your practice. 

    Register to download the PDF report. 

    ASID Knowledge Contributor
    Chemical Insights
  • Register for all five 2021 ASID Virtual Conference CEUs at once with this convenient package.

    Register for all five 2021 ASID Virtual Conference CEUs at once with this convenient package.

    The 2021 ASID Virtual Conference featured a wealth of valuable content for the interior design community. From July 19-23, 2021, attendees learned from leading experts, with CEUs focused on community engagement and the user experience, building your business, and key societal trends impacting the practice and business of design now and in the future. 

    Experience this diverse and dynamic programming at your convenience, and enhance your knowledge of these timely topics. 

    2021 ASID Virtual Conference CEU Package Lineup (Click the CEU Package tab for more information.) 

    Already registered for the 2021 ASID Virtual Conference? Then you already have access to this content and do not need to register again.

    • Business Basics: Checklist for Success
    • Community Engagement for More Inclusive Design Solutions
    • The Impact of Societal Trends: Stay Current and Evolve with ASID Resources
    • Innovate to Communicate the User Experience
    • Making Connections: A New Paradigm for Design

    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

  • Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.

    Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.

    Supported by
    ASID Foundation

    Benefit from research exploring older adults’ perceptions and attitudes toward currently available interior design features and assistive technologies that support active living at home. You will learn about assistive technology solutions to support four active living categories: housekeeping; environmental controls; safety and security; and environmental adaptations, in addition to comprehensive smart home/home automation systems. In addition, receive hands-on guidance in applying accessible online tools in your research on assistive technology design solutions. This course presents an overview and findings from a study conducted by Virginia Tech, funded by the ASID Foundation Transform Grant. 

    What You Will Learn
    • Identify currently available design and ambient assistive technologies that can support active living in residential environments of older adults 
    • Recognize which design features and/or assistive technologies may be more appropriate for different older adult populations based on income or ability level 
    • Describe how research studying policy and design process decisions can apply to the larger design community. 
    • Utilize the interactive data visualizations to make informed design decisions on home-based technologies. 

    Continuing Education Approvals
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-114645 (Your CEU will be reported on your behalf by ASID)

    Access Period: One year from registration date. 


    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-114645.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc.

    Assistant Professor of Interior Design, School of Architecture and Design

    Virginia Tech

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc. is an Assistant Professor of Interior Design in Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design. Dr. Tural received her Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning from Arizona State University. Her multidisciplinary design education includes an MFA in Interior Architecture, and a B.Arch. Her research interests include design factors for health and active living with a focus on senior residential environments and lighting design. As the 2017 Edison Price Fellow of the Nuckolls Fund, Dr. Tural worked at Oculus Lighting Studio, a Los Angeles-based architectural lighting design firm to enhance her research and teaching in the field of lighting design. She holds WELL AP and LEED credentials, and is a member of EDRA, IDEC, and IESNA.

  • Learn how to become more agile in delivering value to your community.

    Learn how to become more agile in delivering value to your community.

    The effects of a global pandemic were wide-spread and far reaching. The seemingly sudden shut down of normal social activities had us all scrambling to determine how to continue our mission when we could no longer gather in-person. ASID Carolinas will share their journey through quickly adapting to virtual conferences; leveraging technology, creativity, and pooling chapter connections to continue to provide value to our membership. Join us as we share the good, bad, ugly, and plans for the future based the lessons learned and what our members are telling us they want.         

    Access the recording by clicking on the "On-Demand Content" tab above.

    Program recorded on August 12, 2021.

    Gisele Taylor-Wells, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP

    FY21 President, Carolinas Chapter

    FY22 Chapter Support Team Advisor

    Gisele Taylor Wells, ASID, LEED AP is the current president for the ASID Carolinas Chapter and full time design educator at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston Salem, NC. She earned an bachelor's degree in Interior Architecture and a master's degree in the same field with a concentration in Historic Preservation. Prior to becoming an educator, Gisele held positions with commercial design firms that focused on healthcare, retail, showroom, and corporate projects. She is passionate about design, old buildings, books, family, and taking the time to enjoy the little things.

    Shane Jones, Allied ASID (Moderator)

    FY22 Chapter Support Team Chair

    Former President, Carolinas Chapter

    Passionate about all things colorful, sustainable and unique. Shane Jones has worked for over seven years as a designer account executive at Sherwin-Williams Paint, serving the North Carolina design community. A graduate of UNC Greensboro with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture, Shane is responsible for educating the residential market including interior designers, architects, and design students about color and product resources at Sherwin-Williams. Shane’s goal is to engage and inspire designers. Shane is Past President 2018/19 of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Carolinas Chapter. She was acknowledged as an ASID Ones to Watch 2020 Award Recipient and is currently a Chapter Support Team (CST) national committee member, set to assume the role of Chair of the CST Committee in 2021-2022. Shane is a National Emerald Industry Partner/Sponsor of the Interior Design Society. 

  • Explore the tools and information you need to successfully advocate for your profession, which will help you advocate for yourself.

    Explore the tools and information you need to successfully advocate for your profession, which will help you advocate for yourself.

    What happens in state capitals or Washington, D.C. can have significant impact on your business, covering everything from practice rights, taxes on services, copyright laws, and green building standards. These issues may not affect you today, but they could impact your business tomorrow. The ASID Government and Public Affairs (GPA) team works tirelessly to inform decision makers and citizens on the impact of design on the human experience and the health, safety, and welfare of the public. Hear from ASID staff leadership and Advocate by Design (AxD) volunteers to learn about advocacy and the key issues of today. 

    On-demand recording presented as part of the 2021 ASID Virtual Conference.

    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

    Bryan Soukup, Esq.

    Vice President, Government & Public Affairs

    American Society of Interior Designers

    As Vice President of Government and Public Affairs for ASID, Bryan J. Soukup, Esq., leads the Society's strategic efforts to advocate for the interior design profession from a legislative, regulatory, and policy perspective before the federal and state governments. He is the Society's sole registered federal lobbyist and chief advocate at the state and local levels. Prior to joining ASID in summer 2018, Bryan served as Director of Resilience Initiatives and as a registered federal and state lobbyist for the International Code Council (ICC).  He is a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia and in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    Tracey Fillmore, NCIDQ, ASID, CAPS, Green AP, RID

    Senior Facilities Designer, Lee Health

    Chair, ASID Advocate by Design Council and Policy, Codes & Standards Committee

    As Chair of the ASID National Advocate by Design Council, and the Policy, Codes & Standards Committee, Tracey Fillmore, NCIDQ, ASID, CAPS, Green AP, RID (FL) leads a team of highly skilled interior design practitioners to advocate for the interior design profession on many fronts. The Council is tasked with representing the profession in policy, codes, and standards development forums (ICC, NFPA, BIFMA, USGBC, and many others); submission of proposals and recommendations to federal, state, and local governments and agencies; evaluation and revision of the ASID Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; member and industry outreach and engagement; and review and expert input regarding design education. In this role, Tracey is also ASID’s member representative to a variety of national and international code, standards, education, and professional ethics entities.  

    Prior to becoming an ASID Professional Interior Designer, Tracey was a fire safety inspector in her home state of Florida. That experience provided Tracey with great opportunities to utilize her codes knowledge and skills to design in many different types of buildings and occupancy types. She currently serves as a Senior Facilities Designer for a large healthcare organization in Florida. 

  • Decipher environmental product labels and certifications to balance health, safety, and welfare concerns when designing sustainable public restrooms.

    Decipher environmental product labels and certifications to balance health, safety, and welfare concerns when designing sustainable public restrooms.

    As both sustainability and efficiency advance in the built environment, designers and clients are committed to purchasing green products that achieve project performance, client health, and safety goals. It is important to understand the continuum of product category rules (PCR), life cycle assessments (LCA), and environmental product declarations (EPD) in developing products that meet environmental standards. Learn how to decipher related labels and certifications to make sustainable choices when designing public restrooms, and review case studies to examine sustainable restroom design applications.

    Content Provider 
    Excel Dryer

    What You Will Learn
    • How environmental product declarations (EPDs) allow for apples to apples comparisons of building products in terms of hygiene, welfare, and health performance.
    • How product category rules (PCRs) establish clear, consistent evaluation methods for building products as a means to help ensure and validate the environmental performance of buildings.
    • How PCRs, LCAs, and EPDs can be used together to assess and optimize the hygiene, health, and sustainability characteristics of high-performance restroom design.
    • How to apply the information provided by environmental and efficiency standards when making product and welfare decisions.

    Continuing Education Approvals 
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW-Sustainability | CC-110085 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf by the Content Provider)
    • 1 AIA LU | HSW | TSG19 (AIA Members: Please contact to have your completion reported by the Content Provider)
    • 1 GBCI CE Hour | Course Number: 0920004912 (Please self-report GBCI credit hours. Certificate of completion provided)

    Access Period: One year from registration date.

  • Get a critical update on the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the interior design profession.

    Get a critical update on the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the interior design profession.

    The interior design profession and industry, like others, is impacted by the economy. Interior designers benefit from having knowledge on the economy and business, especially when making business decisions in their practice. With the recent COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the economy, now is a key time for interior designers to understand the economy, its impact on the industry, profession, and practice and factors to consider when making decisions. Presented by Bernard M. Markstein, Ph.D., Randy Fiser, Hon. FASID, and Susan Chung, Ph.D.

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on March 18, 2020. In addition to the recording, access the Executive Summary of the webinar content with answers to the many questions that came up during the live event.

    What You Will Learn
    • Become familiar with the Economic Outlook section of the ASID 2020 Outlook and State of Interior Design report with noted changes/updates
    • Gain insight into the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and what to expect moving forward
    • Understand the impact of current economic changes on the interior design profession
    • Identify considerations for interior designers to take as the economy continues to be disrupted

    Related Content

    Randy W. Fiser, Hon. FASID (Moderator)

    (Former) CEO, ASID

    Randy W. Fiser led the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) as chief executive officer through July 2020, overseeing the strategic planning, financial management, and national operations for the Society’s more than 25,000 members who work across all sectors of residential and commercial interior design. He led the network of 46 ASID chapters throughout the United States and Canada to advance the profession and to communicate the impact of interior design to enhance the human experience and to transform lives. Dedicated to advancing community and economic development, Fiser brought to his role a unique point of view about the capacity of design to make a positive impact on human health, well-being, and productivity.

    Bernard M. Markstein, Ph.D.

    Chief Economist, Markstein Advisors

    Bernard M. Markstein, Ph.D., is president and chief economist with Markstein Advisors, an economic consulting company providing analysis and forecasts of the national economy and construction activity. Dr. Markstein’s experience includes analysis and research in residential and nonresidential construction, housing, real estate, financial markets, macroeconomic issues, and regional markets.

    Susan Chung, Ph.D.

    Vice President, Research and Knowledge

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Susan Chung, Ph.D., focuses on the impact of design research. She connects design with research to improve human experiences in the interior environment, translates research into applicable design implications, and conducts research projects that create meaningful positive impacts. She comes from an interior design background, holding a BA from Michigan State University and an MID from the University of Florida. She integrated interior design with behavioral research for her doctorate degree in Human Behavior and Design at Cornell University, with a focus on design attributes related to creativity in workplace environments.

  • Get the latest version of the ASID Chapter Leader Guidebook, complete with handy tools and resources to guide you through your board term, including all board job descriptions.

    Get the latest version of the ASID Chapter Leader Guidebook, complete with handy tools and resources to guide you through your board term, including all board job descriptions.

    This digital version will be updated with new information when available. You can download the most current version of the complete Guidebook, or access each individual section as needed.

    Your Chapter Leader Guidebook includes resources related to:
    • Chapter Financial Reporting
    • Chapter Elections
    • Chapter Governance & Founding Documents
    • Chapter Insurance Forms
    • New Chapter Member Welcome Kit
    • Industry Partner and Sponsorship Overview
    • ASID Government and Public Affairs
    • ASID Foundation

  • Plan your educational curriculum with the ASID Educator Hub!


    Looking for fresh ways to engage your students virtually this semester?

    The Educator Hub will provide you with tools to help your students build unique skills in the field of design. With segments ranging from how to work collaboratively to examining the latest in materials science and the psychology of design, the Educator Hub will be your go-to place for materials that will expose your students to the critical professional development opportunities they need to enhance their knowledge, develop professional skills and prepare themselves for a career in design. 

    In the Educator Hub you will have access to three content areas – the Student Center, the Virtual Library and the Research Lab – all of which are helpful as you plan your educational curriculum. Click on the REGISTER button in the top right corner to get started!

    If the REGISTER button is disabled: The Educator Hub is available exclusively for ASID Educator Members. Remember to come back to this page to register for the Educator Hub after you join ASID!

    Educator Hub Content

    Learn more when clicking on the "Content" tab above.

    1 - Student Center 

    Looking to help start or support a student chapter on campus? Access a variety of student materials and resources in the Student Center! Find Student Chapter Kick-Off Kits, Student Chapter Manuals, recruitment materials and more to help develop a thriving student chapter. 

    2 - Virtual Library 

    Expand your curriculum and access insightful sessions from the Virtual Internship Live Engagement Week. The Virtual Library houses everything you need to supplement your syllabus with informative digital content from industry experts and design leaders, all available on-demand. 

    3 - Research Lab 

    This curated collection of ASID research will optimize your learning plan through in-depth case studies, detailed industry analysis and evidence-based design tools. Broaden your knowledge and explore new ways of thinking in the Research Lab! 

  • Learn strategies from leading designers on how to improve your firm’s adaptability in a changing environment, attract new business and communicate more effectively with clients.


    Learn strategies from leading designers on how to improve your firm’s adaptability in a changing environment, attract new business and communicate more effectively with clients.

    The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) presents Learn x Design at High Point Market, an exciting program of curated content featuring interior design industry leaders who share insight on building and scaling your business, navigating the evolution of the market, and managing client relationships. Walk away with the skills you need to maximize your business during these extraordinary times. 

    Recordings available of live webinars held on October 15, October 17 and October 20, 2020.

    LearnxDesign CEUs (click on the "Content" tab at the top for more details)

    In Conversation: Kerrie Kelly on Designing an Agile and Thriving Business

    Expert interviewer LuAnn Nigara dives deep in conversation with acclaimed designer and ASID National Board of Directors Chair Kerrie Kelly, FASID, NKBA, CAPS. Hear how Kerrie has built her business and how she is navigating the impact of COVID, as well as her goals for the year ahead at ASID. Kerrie and LuAnn explore the lessons learned along the way, including: how to navigate a changing business landscape, building and maintaining client relationships, and challenging yourself to take leadership positions to expand your skills and personal resilience. 1 IDCEC-approved CEU. Learn x Design program presented by ASID. 

    Can We Talk? Navigating Difficult Client Conversations

    In a perfect world, you and your client would always be “on the same page” and in agreement on the project at hand. Instead, we live in a world where you must manage professional and/or personal differences to maintain a strong business relationship. Now more than ever, navigating client communications and interactions are the key to success. Moderated by Phyllis Harbinger, FASID, CID, panelists Cheryl Luckett, John McClain, Associate ASID and Beth Diana Smith, Associate ASID will share their insights and tips for navigating tough conversations with clients. 1 IDCEC-approved CEU. Learn x Design program presented by ASID. 

    Woo to Close

    Sandra Funk, Associate ASID shares her secrets on how to land your dream client. After nearly two decades in the industry, Sandra wants to help you run the most efficient, joyful and profitable business possible, and she knows that attracting new clients is a key ingredient to success. Sandra will walk you through her potential new client process from the initial call to closing the sale and provide you with the scripts, templates and resources guaranteed to elevate your client game. 1 IDCEC-approved CEU. Learn x Design program presented by ASID.