Ask the Experts | Problem-Solving Scenarios: Codes and Construction
Solve design challenges and learn key on-the-job skills to benefit you in your first professional role.
Internships give you the opportunity to work directly with practitioners to solve design problems, exchange ideas, and see how they would approach a solution. The Problem-Solving Scenarios give you a similar opportunity to tackle on-the-job challenges, designing solutions that incorporate your knowledge of codes in the construction process. Provided by practitioners from the ASID Advocate by Design Council, the scenarios represent the type of tasks typically assigned to new designers, giving you a valuable chance to practice what you’ve learned in school.
This is a recording of a webinar presented on June 29, 2021.
What You Will Learn
- Recognize the importance of codes and standards for interior designers.
- Hands-on practice working on tasks similar to what you will encounter on the job.
- Identify how designers use their knowledge of codes to solve design problems.
- Gain insight into how design practitioners approach problems.
Access Period: One year from registration date.
Molly De Lima-Campos, ASID
Environments for Health Architecture
Molly de Lima-Campos is an interior designer with over 15 years of experience in Commercial Interior Design. Passionate about designing efficient flows, she recently shifted career paths to focus primarily on Healthcare Design which relies heavily on the functionality of a space.
Dana Nunn, ASID, NCIDQ, CCS, LEED AP, WELL AP
Interior Design Director
Creating spaces that celebrate heritage and tradition is a professional passion Dana has pursued for the past 17 years as an interior designer and project manager for community-centered healthcare, education, and public projects in over 93 cities and villages throughout Alaska. In her work, Dana ensures that the cultural identity of the people and place is honored in integrated design solutions. Her designs focus on creating optimal user experiences, considering function, sustainability, wellness, and appropriateness in Alaska’s harsh climates and remote locales. Dana’s ASID involvement began as a student. She has since served as Alaska chapter president, twice, and nationally on the Chapter Support Team. She currently serves on ASID’s standing Construction Codes and Standards Committee, is involved in the Alaska chapter’s advocacy efforts for interior design registration, fulfills administrative needs for the Alaska chapter, and volunteers as a CIDA Site Visitor.
Virginia Weida, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP, WELL AP, CFM
Virginia Weida Designs LLC
Virginia Weida is an accomplished interior designer with over 25 years of experience in all aspects of Commercial Interior Design. She creates solutions with aesthetics to support the business culture, function, and practicality demanded by facility managers and building owners, as well as sustainable solutions to protect the environment.