The interior designer you hire is the one that will guide you through every step of the process, but a little practice is a good thing, according to a new study.
The authors of the study, which looked at interior designers across the country, found that designers were most satisfied when they could quickly get started on an idea and were able to follow through with the project.
“Our findings suggest that a designer who is familiar with a project’s structure, can quickly work through it and see where it falls short, and can identify and correct issues quickly,” said lead author Elizabeth E. Johnson, a graduate student at the University of Arizona.
“This is the same approach we often take when designing for larger companies, but our findings also demonstrate that a good interior designer can get things done quickly.
When designing a project, the first step is to figure out what you want to achieve and what the goal is.
This requires thinking about how to create a space that is cohesive, inviting, and inviting, which is exactly what a great interior designer will do.”
The researchers, led by the University at Buffalo’s Patricia D. Dabbs, found a link between the satisfaction of a designer and the length of time it took them to design an interior design project.
They used data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics to find the average length of work for designers working in their field, and they found that in the US, designers with at least six years of experience worked on an average of 18.3 hours a week, while those with six years or less worked on average only 14.6 hours.
The researchers also found that the designers who had more experience worked longer, at an average 35.6 weeks.
This suggests that a person with at most six years experience can get an interior designer started on a project in about three months.
But, of course, a person who’s only a designer working in an industry where there’s little time to develop their skills can’t be relied on to get a project done right the first time.
The study found that many people are more comfortable working in a fast-paced, fluid environment, like the modern office.
However, the researchers noted that not everyone can be the best fit for the job.
The average time a person spent designing for a client is about 13.7 hours a month, while designers with less experience spent less than 10.6 of that time.
The researchers also examined the characteristics of people who work in a modern office and found that, overall, the average person works in a “work-first” environment, where they do not work with other people to complete tasks.
In their final findings, the authors found that while designers were more satisfied working in fast-moving, fast-changing environments, they were less satisfied working with less experienced designers.
“We believe that a key to a good designer is that they will work with experienced designers to find a solution to their problem, and then the team will have a chance to build on that solution,” said Johnson.