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Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Chandler moved to Denver at the beginning of 2018. She majored in public relations at The University of Tennessee but soon quickly took interest in web developing. She’s been around computers and websites from an early age, thanks to her father, who became a web developer in the mid-90s. Chandler has a passion for traveling and she has even backpacked through Mexico and Europe. In between learning all things tech, you can find Chandler exploring her new home and the mountains. Here at The Chaise Lounge Podcast Chandler's got a solution for all of our web and tech questions.

Collaboration

We’re sure that in your design education you’ve heard the word ‘collaborate’ used no less than a thousand times. We also know that you probably have a reasonably good idea of what it means to collaborate. Today in The Lounge we won’t give a generic definition of the word, but rather explain how collaboration is used and how to do it in the smoothest way possible.

Design School: What to Know Before You Go

As a recent graduate of the interior design program at Washington State University, I’ve realized there are many things I wish I had known before starting. I wouldn’t change my choice of majors, but it would have been much less of a culture shock to have a bit of information beforehand. To help others who are starting their interior design education, I got together with some design school friends to make a list of what we wish we could have known.

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