Mydoma Studio, an online portal for interior design professionals, has announced the launch of its full, subscription-based service at mydomastudio.com.
Developed by interior designer Sarah Daniele, Mydoma Studio provides users a comprehensive range of solutions to aid in the day-to-day management of their design businesses. With her knowledge of interior designers’ challenges, common tasks and ongoing needs, Daniele built the platform to be a customizable, one-stop interface that supports administrative, creative and client-facing functions of active design organizations.
“Logging into your account on mydomastudio.com is like walking in the front door of your office,” said Daniele. “In an online workspace that you customize, you’re able to connect with clients, streamline project management, organize your product library and shopping lists, invoice clients—all in one place, seamlessly.”
Daniele shares that the company’s primary goal is to free interior designers’ time to focus on the creativity and core skill sets that likely drew them to their career paths in the first place.
“We’ve built solutions that allow design professionals to more effectively, efficiently manage their daily tasks, so that they can have more time to do the parts of their jobs that they love—and do them even better.”
Core modules of the Mydoma platform include a contract management utility, a messaging service for securely communicating with clients, an invoicing and credit card payment utility and a solution for storing/organizing product catalogs and shopping lists. All modules are accessible to site subscribers, regardless of their subscription tier. Three subscription tiers—basic, pro and team—allow users to access the site per project, unlimited for one person, or unlimited for up to three users. Upon joining the site, users receive custom Mydoma domain names and may personalize their virtual workspaces to reflect their brands.
New users may sign up for a 30-day free trial before subscribing.
For more information, visit mydomastudio.com.