digital disruptors
Filter +
digital disruptors
|
April 6, 2020
While many businesses are struggling right now, there is a sector of the design industry that’s thriving—those in the DIY space. Brands like Clare, Chasing Paper and DecoratorsBest are reporting spikes in both sales and traffic.
weekly feature
|
April 1, 2020
As social distancing measures have been implemented across the country, for now all interior design is e-design. Traditional firms exploring the practice are discovering new opportunities online—and facing new challenges.
digital disruptors
|
March 26, 2020
The online home remodeling and design platform has shut down an initiative to make its own furniture and home goods in-house
weekly feature
|
January 29, 2020
After years of being asked simple design questions by friends, decorator Stephanie Rodriguez Purzycki teamed up with digital marketer Kaitlin Madden Armon to found The Finish, an hourly interior design service that aims to tackle small-scale design issues like choosing paint colors or styling a living room.
digital disruptors
|
January 29, 2020
Amazon alum Laura Meyer founded Envision Horizons to help companies navigate the e-commerce colossus. She explains why few home brands have achieved breakthrough success on the platform, why the new form of luxury is convenience, and insider intel on Amazon’s algorithms.
digital disruptors
|
January 6, 2020
After taking work on several e-design platforms and seeing her returns steadily diminish, Jenna Gaidusek founded a suite of tools to help remote designers get discovered, run their own businesses, and—crucially—charge more for their services.
digital disruptors
|
December 20, 2019
For San Francisco–based lighting designer Jonathan Browning, 3-D printing has transformed his studio’s practice and presentations, allowing a small team to work far faster and more prolifically.
weekly feature
|
December 4, 2019
The demise of Homepolish in September left many designers struggling to recover their businesses. Now, a cadre of ex-Homepolishers are launching a new organization: Interior Collab, which aims to connect designers with projects—minus the middleman.
Load More »
Advertisement