ASID Appellation & Membership Designations

Under ASID bylaws, professional membership in ASID recognizes an interior designer as having completed a course of accredited education and equivalent work experience in interior design, and having successfully passed the NCIDQ examination. These members have achieved the highest levels of accomplishment and knowledge in their field. The public, consumers, other designers and affiliated professionals acknowledge the “ASID” appellation after an interior designer’s name as the hallmark of professionalism. Allied membership in ASID is for practicing interior designers who have a four- or five-year bachelor’s degree with a major in interior design or architecture, or a two- or three-year degree or certificate in interior design.

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