Interior designers need to communicate their ideas to their client and construction crew. Your knowledge of construction documents is key to your success not only as a designer but also passing the NCIDQ Exam.Read More →
PRAC 2.0 is the computer-based practicum exam, consisting of 150-175 questions based on 3 case studies: large‐scale commercial, small‐scale commercial, and residential.
Building your knowledge of construction and building systems is key to passing the NCIDQ Exam. It helps set you apart as a professional interior designer.Read More →
Interior design requires a deep knowledge of human behavior—physical, psychological, and cultural. The ability to understand and communicate with clients is very important. Designed spaces must support the individual lifestyle and functional needs of our clients.Read More →
Universal Design is designing spaces and products so they can be used by everyone. It satisfies the needs of the disabled, able-bodied, the young and old while avoiding segregating any particular group of people.Read More →
The key to understanding lighting for each section of the NCIDQ Exam — IDFX, IDPX, or Practicum — is to know the different lighting systems. Know why one type of lighting may be better than another for a specific purpose, one environment or for certain people using a space.Read More →