Thanks to the wonder of reality television programs such as "Surprise by Design" and "Trading Spaces," interest in interior design careers has soared – increasing the need for reliable and thorough resources.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB via PR Web
Direct) March 2, 2005 -- Newly launched, Interior Design Schools (http://www.interior-design-school.net) is a website dedicated
to providing everything individuals hoping to begin careers in Interior Design
need to know. The site is paving the way for comprehensive websites that fuse
career information with educational options. The level of sophistication goes
beyond typical educational websites by serving as a complete and honest resource
for individuals interested in pursuing a career in interior design.
Gretchen Spieler, of Gretchen Spieler Design Studio in San Francisco, noted, "The website is easy to navigate with lots of useful and immediate links. Everything a student might need in making a career choice and a school choice -- at their fingertips." And, a representative from BobVila.com says, "It’s excellent."
Interior Design Schools is a database of Interior Design, Architecture, and CAD Schools. Users can search for schools geographically and learn more about which types of programs and degrees particular schools offer.
The site also presents a wealth of information users can consider before making the decision to attend interior design school. Topics highlighted include the common personality traits of successful designers, the different types of interior design degrees and the opportunities each degree affords, an exploration into the hot trend of design related reality television shows, along with other related pieces.
Julie Moore, manager of the website says, "The Interior Design craze right now is huge. The popularity of this creative profession has gone through the roof in recent years, and more individuals are interested in working in this field. Making such a huge decision about the career you want to pursue is ultimately making a decision about your life’s path. The ramifications are huge, and we want to be a solid tool for anyone contemplating a career in interior design. Hopefully, we make the process a little easier - and fun too."
More information about Interior Design Schools can be found at www.interior-design-school.net.
About Interior Design Schools:
Interior Design Schools (http://www.interior-design-school.net) is a leading resource for students interested in attending interior design school, architecture school, or CAD training programs. Additionally, the site focuses on combining educational options with career information - providing visitors with a complete interior design resource.
Julie Moore, Marketing Assistant
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