Interior designing is a talent that requires great tactic but during these recent times of the COVID outbreak, the influx of interior designing has reduced.
That is why, I present a safer interior design process that involves communicating with clients directly through my online platform, Feng Shui. Working from home would hopefully get better with this.
What it does
Feng Shui allows clients and designers to engage in video conferences where designers put clients to the tests of decorating their centres, houses, boutiques, etcetera, themselves to win bonuses. That way, both clients and designers benefit from each other without stress.
How I built it
I created a Figma wireframe and imported the design into Bubble to deploy it into a web application.
Challenges I ran into
Trying to discover where the various APIs for Maps and Figma were.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I'm most proud of being able to complete an entire project in lesser than 2 hours and also deploying it into a web application.
What I learned
1) Meaning of APIs and how they work.
2) Being able to connect Figma to Bubble.
3) Developing and configuring a tool all by myself with a Figma template (Architaa | Architecture Studio by Ajay Guresha) in a little amount of time.
What's next for Feng Shui
I intend to include an end-end encrypted chatting system and also a section that allows upcoming interior designers come into limelight by placing in their qualifications and making them top choices to clients.
1) Architaa | Architecture Studio Figma template by Ajay Guresha.
2) Interior designs by Joanna Gaines.
3) Generated reviews and images from Jane | Lockhart Design, Platinum by Jane.
4) 7 Best Online Interior Design Services in 2021 by Decorilla.com
5) The 20 Most Famous Interior Designers Working Today by Architecturaldigest.com
6) Colour Trends 2020 - Jade Joyner of Metal + Petal by ELLE Decor