Understanding the Effect of Surface Color & Design on the User's Physical, Mental & Social Wellbeing
Surface color and design play an integral role in all interior spaces. Interior surfaces are the point of interaction between users and their environment, connecting the visual and physical worlds. You’ll learn about the most significant requirements to consider during the selection process, including materiality, meaning, message, and maintenance, to help guide you in implementing wise choices for all interior surfaces. This course is supported by WilsonArt.
- Materiality – Identify physical qualities of materials in the built environment that affect the physical, mental, and social wellbeing among users.
- Meaning – Understand perception, meaning, and human responses for developing effective design strategies.
- Message – Explore relevance and importance of how surfaces impact the senses and strategies for implementation.
- Maintenance - Evaluate surface color and design for optimum material performance goals.
IDCEC Course Number: CC-107082; 0.1 CEU | HSW Note: ASID will report CEUs earned to IDCEC on your behalf.
AIA Course Number: ASIDSURFCOLOR; 1 LU | HSW
Access period: One year from registration date.