The Journal of Interior Design (JID) is a scholarly, refereed publication dedicated to issues related to the design of the interior environment. Scholarly inquiry representing the entire spectrum of interior design theory, research, education and practice is invited. Submissions are encouraged from educators, designers, anthropologists, architects, historians, psychologists, sociologists, or others interested in interior design. JID recently celebrated its 40th year in publication.
IDEC members can download issues of the JID as a benefit to their membership. Click here to access the JID online (you will need to log in with your IDEC membership log in information to access the JID).
Virtual Issue: Journal of Interior Design - Sensory Environments: Designing for Independence
This virtual issue of the JID highlights the importance of designing for inclusion and independence, which are are complex tasks due to the wide range of sensitivities that may be present. It is noted how design educators and professionals have a sizeable task ahead of themselves in designing for independence to include individuals who may perceive and process the environment in diverse ways. Follow this link to access nine articles selected for this issue.