That’s a wrap! Last week, we hosted our 2020 Virtual Summit and were joined by an amazing group of speakers from all over the world. For those of you who couldn’t join us or might have missed a segment or two, you can still go back and watch.
Diversity and inclusion are no longer a nice idea, but a must have goal within your firms in 2020. The DLN heard from Simone Morris, an award-winning diversity and inclusion leader, to understand and learn how to take concrete steps to building more diversity and inclusion within your firm.
We’re excited to announce the official launch of our first ever book published by Assouline. Showcasing travel photographs by more than 150 of America’s top architects and designers, Travel by Design is an inspiring guide to the power of travel to shape and expand our world. Order your copy today!
Last month, the DLN Community had the opportunity to speak with Asad and hear about his New York City upbringing, his early moments in the design industry and how he ultimately ended up where he is today…
In order to best understand the present and the future, we must learn from the lessons of the past. When you specifically look at the year 1968, it’s eerily similar to what we are experiencing today. Following that time in our history, companies that made themselves relevant to baby boomers thrived while those that did not folded.
How do you reframe problems with the perspective of the people you serve? How do you find user needs and solve for them? These are some key questions to consider when looking at consumers through the lens of design.
For the past 5 years, the hospitality sector has been one of the fastest growing in the design industry. In many ways, COVID-19 forced the industry to a halt. There is good news for the future as the design industry works with the hospitality space to adapt moving forward.