Animex Certification in Interior Design


As an interior designer, it’s not just about picking out colors and fabrics to make a space more beautiful – interior designers also have to concern themselves with everything that needs to take place in order to meet a client’s needs and make them satisfied.

An interior designer has to work with the wallpaper designers, painters, electricians, fabric wholesalers, furniture manufacturers and others and needs to control the design process for it to be as clear as possible for others. To become an interior designer, you need to be a creative person and of course know how to draw. But to become a professional in this line of work, you need to be able to work in a fast paced digital environment. Computer skills are necessary if you want to succeed in this industry in today’s market. You will need to learn how to use different design software, such as AutoCAD, 3DS MAX, Photoshop, Illustrator which will help you to create 2D and 3D designs and visualizations.

Equipment and Software

Undoubtedly CAD software has become today an essential part of Interior Design business. If several decades ago it was impossible to imagine Interior Designer who cannot draw, today it becomes reality: more and more Interior Design students do all renderings by means of CAD software. If you look at job vacancies, you will see that even to get an Internship at a design company Interior Design students are expected to have perfect CAD skills. So 3DS MAX and AutoCAD are must know software tools for an interior designer. Tools like Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketch Up are also widely used and important as the employers usually want to hire designers that can be more flexible in using different software and are able to manage different tasks.


One of the most important things for a future interior designer is your portfolio. It is your passport into the Interior Design industry. It tells your potential clients about your passion, style and creative flair. For professional interior designers looking for new clients and for students of interior design applying for an internship, the significance of an interior design portfolio should not be undervalued. Making a portfolio for interior design involves selecting a variety of different projects that you think were most successful and that show a variety of different projects you have worked on. You should include visual and graphic documentation in the form of photos, CAD designs, and plans. You should also provide a short biography and resume that tells the client, school, or employer something about yourself and your work.

Software Covered

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Autodesk Autocad
  • 3Ds Max
  • VRay Rendering
  • Google Sketchup
  • Adobe Premier (For Video Editing

Career Option after Course

Students who complete this course have the following career options
  • Interior Designer
  • Furniture Designer
  • Home Decorator
  • 3D Visulalizer
  • CAD Designer

Programme Schedule-

  • Duration: 6 months
  • Schedule: 2 Hours/ 3 Days alternative a week