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How You Can Find Interior Designers Who Value Digital Print

Experts will share their top tips for working with interior designers in Episode 2 of our Interior Décor & Textiles Webinar Series. Registration is free.




JOIN BIG PICTURE ON Tuesday, February 22 at 2 p.m. EST for the second installment of the new Interior Décor and Textiles Webinar Series. During Episode 2, Top Tips for Working with Designers, our expert speaker panel will cover topics such as how to establish trust with a designer, how to find designers who value digital print, and how to work with designers on material choices. They’ll also do a deep dive into specific questions including:

  • What are some examples of the different vocabulary designers use?
  • What are things designers might prioritize more so than a standard/current client? (Ex: durability or environmental attributes.)
  • Are there ways to learn each step of your prospect’s creative process beginning with the conceptual development phase to final installation?

Have other questions in mind about working with designers? No problem! Get answers to your own questions during a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.

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Adrienne Palmer, Editor-in-Chief, Big Picture magazine | Moderator

Rachel Nunziata, Digital Print Business & Market Development Specialist | Beyond Décor columnist

Kathryn Sanders, Founder & CEO, Western Sensibility | The Filament columnist

Michael Sanders, President, Digital Bias Consulting | Editorial Advisory Board Member

Watch Episode 1 “What Equipment Do You Need?” here or below.


Big Picture magazine has been serving wide-format printing professionals for more than 25 years, providing business-specific content to help boost bottom lines through its industry-leading magazine, website, email bulletins, Brain Squad and social media channels.



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