Every Tuesday at 2pm EST, Dixie goes on Facebook Live in our Facebook Group to show you something you might not know about Mydoma Studio. This is a recap of one of them!
In this Tech Tip Tuesday, I’m showing you a little bit of an upgrade to the typical Project Template.
Need a reminder of all the bits and pieces that go into custom upholstery/window treatments/plumbing fixtures/etc? Then this one’s for you!
Any Mydoma power user will tell you just how much time project templates can save you by automating and streamlining a lot of those monotonous and time-consuming admin tasks we have to do every time we start a new project. But I’ve come up with one step further (and further time savings!) with this little trick for custom upholstery (and everything else) projects.
Check out the video to learn how, and never again scramble to remember all those checklists and things you need to add!
Got something you’d like to see us cover in a future Tech Tip Tuesday? Then be sure to head over to our Facebook Group, Mydoma Studio Designers, and let us know!
Dixie Willard is an NCIDQ-certified residential interior designer whose 16 years of experience include commercial interior design at an architecture firm, space planning and styling at a high-end furniture store, e-design, and running her own firm. Because many of her projects involved clients who lived out of state until their home was finished, she’s had extensive experience working with clients remotely through Mydoma and video conferencing.
A Mydoma user since pretty much day one, Dixie also now works at Mydoma as our Designer Success Manager, and along with her team, helping designers make the most of their studio – and their time!