eDesign, also known as online interior design and virtual design, has been a service designers have offered for years and is growing even more popular today.
If you have clients and have been in business for years, using 2D renderings, a method used in most eDesign companies, in your business can showcase your ideas in a cost-efficient but impressive way that doesn't take years to learn the software.
eDesign can be a great side-hustle if you want an extra stream of income.
Not only is it a good way to supplement money, but its one way for young designers to get their foot in the door, have experience working one-on-one with clients, learn about vendors, and help build their portfolio.
included in the course
➡ How to combine a 3D rendering as a template for a design scene
➡ How to create a full, layered scene in Photoshop
➡ Plus, a quick walkthrough of Photoshop plus supplemental info to help you get started.
➡ How to combine a 3D rendering as a template for a scene
➡ Furniture manipulation (change the orientation view)
➡ Other tools/resources I use(d) to streamline my process
This course is right for you if:
You are interested in eDesign
You want to improve your 2D rendering skills for client design concepts/ presentations
You want to add eDesign services to your offerings
You want to make money working for an eDesign company as a side-hustle
march 9th !
are you ready to:
BOOST your portfolio
IMPRESS your clients
add an ADDITIONAL
stream of income?
About the designer
I'm Sheyna Vilson, owner & principal interior designer of Sheyna James Interiors and founder of the ASPIRE.CREATE.INSPIRE blog.
I'm passionate about helping new and seasoned designers improve their rendering skills to use as a tool for presentation and to build their portfolios. I bring three years of experience working of completing eDesign projects both solo and working with Havenly, an online design service provider.
I know first hand how frustrating it can be to get your foot in the door with a little experience. Most times, you have to build your own opportunities and I've found that eDesign was one of those ways to get started.