Kids will be encouraged to experience design firsthand in this interactive series that encompasses a variety of learning styles, develops creative problem-solving skills, and expands the ways in which kids approach challenges. With content rich in both descriptions and images, these surveys examine a wide array of design disciplines and explore basic questions such as What is design? How does it work? and Who are the designers that shaped the visual world as we know it today? From the forewords contributed by top contemporary designers and an explanation of how the respective design processes work to fact-filled cards and fold-out time lines, kids develop a basic knowledge of design and how it fits into their everyday lives. An interactive project at the end of the book enables curious kids to put what they learned into action. With an introduction to the rich heritage and professional practices of interior design, young people will be encouraged to create their own unique living environments using line, shape, proportion, color, pattern, texture, and their own creativity through this fifth title in a series of books that aims to inspire the next generation of designers. The guide also draws upon multiple disciplines within design, including spatial awareness, mathematics, and aesthetics.