IIDA advocates for the advancement in design excellence, legislation, leadership, accreditation, and community outreach to increase the value and understanding of interior design.
We are strong advocates for the registration and certification of practicing interior designers who work in a code-impacted environment.
To advocate for interior design means to support, champion, and commend the profession to people, organizations, and legislators. It also means knowing how to communicate what interior designers do to various stakeholders.
Work with us as we advocate for legal recognition so that you may expect more from your careers in terms of control, growth, project ownership. Participate in direct action and learn how to successfully talk to your legislators about interior design, engage with current best practices and breakthrough research, and recognize interior design through IIDA's advocacy program. We encourage you to be involved in advocating for your profession on the state level.
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Your City Center offers a wide variety of resources and activities that will help you keep growing as a professional and contribute to a dynamic design community. Get involved and use your voice to advocate to your local legislators to help them understand why recognition and certification of commercial interior design are vital to the health and safety of your community.
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The Texas Association for Interior Design represents all the business and legislative aspects of the Interior Design Industry in Texas, and is working around the clock to prepare for the public hearing and to send that unified message. They are recommending you show your support by attending the hearing.
You do not need to be a RID to attend, or to voice your support for the continuing regulation of interior designers. Bring your family, friends, clients, and co-workers so that they too can show their support for you and all registered interior designers.
To receive TAID updates you must become a member of TAID.
Oklahoma Interior Design Colition is a volunteer, non-profit legislative advocate dedicated to promoting, protecting and enhancing the Interior Design profession in the State of Oklahoma. OIDC strives to inform and educate Oklahoma legislators, interior designers and consumers about the issues confronting the Interior Design profession.
In its efforts to strengthen the future of the Interior Design Profession in Oklahoma, OIDC gives every interior designer, both registered AND non-registered interior designers, a voice and presence at the Oklahoma Capitol.
To receive OIDC updates you must become a member of OIDC.
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