Author: Vanessa Deleon

The millennial generation, born typically after 1980’s and before 2004, is the generation transforming the workspace into happier space. When it comes to the workplace Millennials are not risking their happiness for a work environment they don’t love. Instead, if they are unhappy in the...

One of the reasons I fell in love with my career in interior design was the education I received from Berkeley College. There, I learned to balance and hone in on the sensory aspects of elements, such as lighting, patterns, and colors. An eye for color...

Come join us for DIFFA’S 6th Annual Picnic By Design – as some of the most talented designers, manufacturers and artists show off some of their most unique and creative work. Help support the fight against HIV/AIDS by bidding on your favorite creations. Join me for a...

From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to say "Thank You" for being a part of our lives. Life is beautiful, and that's why we are so grateful that you have allowed us to be part of your dreams. I want to use...

When choosing colors for children, we automatically think of primary colors: red, yellow and blue. Although these colors are used in many classrooms and kid’s bedrooms, for the child on the spectrum, these colors can be sensory overload. There are many components to creating a...