EP 185 | Design Matters with Isabel Gomez
August 31, 2020
About this Episode
Designers don’t just make spaces nice or pretty or even gorgeous, we create experiences that make spaces matter to the people who use those spaces. Whether it’s a bedroom, or a kitchen, an office, a restaurant, or a garden, the work we do improves and enhances the lives of so many others.
In this episode we learn:
- quality takes time
- before we can design, we have to diagnose the actual problems
- we do clients a disservice when we only give them what they ask for
- we have a huge impact on people’s lives
- designers impact their client’s lives in meaningful and lasting ways.
Be the person you like to encounter in your life for everything you do: – be they professional you would love to work with, the boss you would like to have, the partner you would be happy to collaborate with and the competitor you would like to face.
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