ALDesign is the only e-magazine for interior designers in Alabama, offering a look at the profession from every angle. Each issue focuses on important topics for both residential and commercial interior designers and strives to educate designers, students, and consumers.

Stephen V. Hammond, Attorney, Explores the sometimes confusing issue of designer liability in Alabama.

So, you’re a small business owner, that’s a great thing, but have you thought about how to plan for retirement? Roger S. Barnes, CMFC®, CRPC® looks at the options you have.

Kelly Martin, M.S., ASID, NCIDQ, IDEC, IIDA, CD, LEED AP speaks to Mr. Scott McGlon, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Auburn University to discuss boundaries. It makes good logical and business sense for interior designers to have boundaries about the contact information for their project team members; however, it is common for other individuals in the design and construction industry to ask an interior designer to give away this information.

Kelly Martin, M.S., ASID, NCIDQ, IDEC, IIDA, CD, LEED AP speaks with a renowned homebuilder to get his thoughts about the principles of accessibility.

Shirley Hammond, FASID, NCIDQ, RID looks at the different generations and what they have to learn from each other.

Editor Shirley Hammond, FASID, RID, NCIDQ, explains how our homes are such an important part of our lives and how interior design is the key.

Stephanie Cox, ASID,  RID, CHID, expounds on the WELL movement and asks if we are doing everything we can to provide a healthy work space.

Kelly Martin, M.S., ASID, NCIDQ, IDEC, IIDA, CD, LEED AP, shows us why historic preservation is important and how we interior designers can take an active roll.