Dear Students, Designers, Architects, and Industry Partners,
The New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation, (NJCIDL), was formed in 1989 to provide a unified voice for the advancement of the interior design profession within the state of NJ. The NJ Title Act was passed in 2002 after 13 years of continuous effort. Since then, the NJCIDL has been promoting legal recognition of interior designers, through certification, for the benefit of the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
Legal recognition of interior designers protects the publicís health, safety and welfare. It defines a scope of practice and provides standards which encourage ethical design practices, achieved through education, experience and examination, notably the NCIDQ exam. The NCIDQ exam is an exam which tests minimum competency for an interior designer.
Legal recognition of the interior design profession will create opportunities to educate the public and other members of the interior design team, regarding the essential responsibilities of a certified interior designer.
Join your fellow professionals, and become a member of the New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation today! Join NJCIDL Today!
, ASID, Certified Interior Designer #243