ID-092 - Merchandising for Interior Design - Lindsey McPhail
|Course:||Merchandising for Interior Design|
Hello! I'm Lindsey McPhail and I'll be your instructor for the ID-092 Merchandising for Interior Design course. I'm an interior designer and have worked on Residential, Commercial, Hospitality and Marine design projects around the world.
This class introduces the fundamental techniques to work within retail environments to display and present consumer products to engage and motivate customers to a sale. We'll cover all aspects of visual merchandising including: marketing and branding, retail store operations, retail design, window dressings and how to create a toolkit to be functional in the workplace. We'll look at a range of stores and other types of marketplaces that use visual merchandising to sell product. We'll also look at how technology impacts this discipline and ways to be effective in a visual merchandising career.
What to Expect in this Course
This course will have in person instruction one day a week. We'll use Canvas to support our course and to facilitate information, homework as well as any quizzes. If you are not familiar with Canvas, I'd suggest you review Canvas tutorials to ensure you're familiar with the platform before class begins. We will have a collaborative team project as well as other design assignments and quizzes. We have possibilities for guest speakers and virtual tours that will be announced if available. You should have basic computer knowledge to ensure you can utilize email and online programs to be effective in this class.
Types of Assessments
Assessments will include online exams / quizzes, written and presented assignments.
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Last updated: 06/07/2021 Sub#: 229