Problem-Solving Kitchens will help you match kitchen design with generational needs and preferences, including the multi-generational family.
Sponsor: Jenn-Air Brand Home Appliances
Speaker: Ellen Cheever - CMKBD, ASID, CAPS
Speaker: Julia Johnston - Owner, Kitchens for Cooking
This program identifies the major design preferences and buying patterns of five specific generational client groups: Generation Y, Generation X, Trailing Edge Baby Boomers, Leading Edge Baby Boomers and Senior Clients.
Then, take a virtual tour of kitchens created for the Kitchens.com Sweepstakes and see them “paired” with different generations. Learn why the design is appropriate for the specific generational group.
CEU LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Describe generational lifestyle differences and how they impact kitchen design so you can better match kitchen solutions with the way families in different age groups live.
Explain how new appliance technology and ergonomic data impact your appliance specifications and placement.
Contrast the varying abilities of different age groups in multi-generational families and among household visitors so you can create safe kitchen environments that employ universal design principles.
To obtain 0.1 AIA or IDCEC CE credit after viewing the on-demand presentation, you MUST successfully complete an online quiz. You can access the quiz when you login to the on-demand webinar; look for the 'internet' button on the presentation screen. In addition, a link to the quiz will be included in an email sent to you with your attendance certificate 10-14 days after you view the presentation. Credit will be processed after you complete the quiz and receive a passing grade. CE credit certificates will be emailed to you upon completion. NOTE: Quiz may be taken multiple times.
For NKBA, no quiz is required. Self-report via the NKBA website portal.
Coming November 12…
A Design Challenge: The Impact of Technology on Comfort and Convenience in the Kitchen
Registration will be available after Oct. 21.