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Don't worry! We've compiled a number of resources oline, so you;'ll be up to speed in no time. Take some time to review IALD's Action to Date and see if any of your pressing questions are covered in the Frequently Asked Questions we've compiled.

For questions or more information, please send an email to Thomas Rackley, IALD Certification Coordinator, at thomas@iald.org, or call the IALD headquarters at +1 312 527 3677.

 

FIND A LIGHTING DESIGNER : SEARCH HELP

IALD’s Find a Lighting Designer feature includes four search options:

  • Country and Project Type can be searched using the drop-down menus.
  • To search by City, simply type in the city you are interested in. The results will first list lighting designers located in that city. The search will then list any designer that has referenced that city in their profile or project list.
  • To search by keyword, type in any word or phrase of interest (example: designer’s name, company name, project name, zip code). The search will yield any profiles that include the keyword you’ve used, or will yield no results if your keyword is not found exactly as entered.

You can use one field or a combination of fields to locate the desired lighting designer. If you are having trouble with the search, or need further assistance, please contact IALD at iald@iald.org or by calling +1 312 527 3677.

CLD Domains of Practice

1. GOALS AND OUTCOMES
Demonstrated skill at designing lighting solutions that satisfy project requirements and design intent so the solutions perform as expected.

2. COLLABORATION
Skill at interacting with other disciplines by serving as an integral member of the team so that lighting relates to its context and adds value to a project.

3. INGENUITY 
A record of contributing ideas that demonstrate innovation, creativity, originality, or resourcefulness to foster the goals of the project.

4. SYNTHESIS
Demonstrated ability to integrate the technical and aesthetic elements of lighting with space and form.

5. SCIENCE
Showing how light interacts with people, materials, and building systems by applying the principles of light to meet relevant technical criteria.

6. STEWARDSHIP
Responding to known and potential social and environmental impact by designing solutions that avoid or minimize harm, discomfort, or waste.

7. HUMAN EXPERIENCE
Demonstrated ability to design lighting solutions that positively affect people.