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Retail Designers: Voice your opinions about commonly used design tools

Published by Sarah Bradbury, October 31, 2014.

Calling all retail interior designers! You are invited to participate in an international research study on the professional practice and decision-making process of retail interior design projects. Conducted by Luis Lança of the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, the goal of this research study is to investigate the evolution of design tools most commonly used in interior design and architecture, with a special focus on retail design.

Click here to begin the survey. Approximate completion time is 20-50 minutes. 

As part of the study, you are asked to fill out a participant profile. Approximate completion time is 10 minutes.
All personal information contained within your profile is confidential and will only be seen by the research team. 

Questions? Contact Luis Lança at the Faculdade de Arquitectura de Lisboa, Design Department. 

Luis is currently completing a PhD in Retail Design at the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal in the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Design. He is also a member of CIAUD research centre (Centro de Investigação em Arquitectura, Urbanismo e Design). For more information on Luis’s research in retail design tools, browse his presentation at the Shoppingscapes International Conference ’13 by clicking here

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