ASID COVID-19 Pulse Survey: Year in Review
Discover what themes emerged from ASID tracking the “pulse” of the interior design world navigating business during COVID-19.
How are interior design practitioners, businesses, and the industry as a whole responding to and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic? ASID Research has asked that question since March 2020 through the Pulse Survey, capturing real-time data on the impact of the pandemic and design’s response. Find out what themes emerged from a year-in-review of Pulse Survey data. In this interactive session, you will connect with your fellow attendees through breakout rooms to share your stories and problem solve together over the challenges businesses are facing.
Attendees will interact with each other in virtual breakout rooms. Attendees’ camera and audio capabilities will be turned on for this session.
This session was not recorded.
Senior Associate, Research
American Society of Interior Designers
Eric Lynch is Senior Associate in the Research & Knowledge Management team at ASID. With years of data analysis, visualization experience and an economic background, he uses his skills to provide the interior design industry with the best possible research and data. Eric has had previous non-profit experience when he worked at the Better Business Bureau (BBB), serving Maryland in various capacities. He also worked at Prometric, a testing administration and development company based in Baltimore, where he was part of an analyst group managing their test center hours in over 600 locations globally and eventually, managing their Business Analytics team. Eric holds a bachelor's degree from Towson University in Political Science/Economics and Spanish along with obtaining a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) credential.
Lida Lewis, ASID, RID, WELL Faculty, LEED AP ID+C, Fitwel Ambassador (Moderator)
Associate Principal, Interior Design Director
One of the first WELL APs, WELL Faculty, and Fitwel Ambassadors, Lida Lewis is an architect by training and an interior architect in practice with a strong focus on sustainability and its impact on the people in the spaces we design. As director of interiors at Page’s DC office, Lida utilizes her years of design and sustainability expertise to spearhead thought leadership and efforts incorporating the best of scientific and medical research into design strategies across all her work. She currently is a part of the global WELL Mind Concept Advisory and Health Equity Advisories, as well as a reviewer for drafts of the WELL Community Standard and WELL v2. She was recently a part of ULI Health Leaders, recognized as an ASID “One to Watch”, and regularly serves as an subject matter expert in health and well-being, giving presentations from LA to Oman and writing on various well-being topics.