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Josi Gebhardt

To complete my Associate’s Degree of Applied Science in Interior Design, I started my career as an intern at Xybix in July of 2006 and have been a part of the team ever since. I have a strong eye for detail and take pride in providing exceptional solutions to all of our clients. I enjoy working through the complex and unique challenges each of our projects bring to the table. Designing for public safety professionals is very rewarding. I've had the pleasure to work with some of our clients multiple times on numerous projects throughout the years.

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Interior Designers: The Key to Public Health, Safety & Welfare

Posted by Josi Gebhardt on Apr 8, 2014 4:21:13 PM

XybixInteriorDesignFirst things first, What Is Interior Design?

The history of interior design dates back thousands of years. Evidence shows that cave walls were painted with detailed representations of animals and plants. Egyptians decorated their homes with painted vases and handmade sculptures. And the Greeks used mosaic floors and wall paintings to embellish their interiors, even establishing strict guidelines for building construction.

Interior design is the art of planning and overseeing the design and execution of architectural interiors. This may sound simple, however, there are countless details to consider when designing interior spaces, such as adjacency requirements, environmental impacts, furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E), and finish selections, along with the fundamental principles of design: balance, emphasis, rhythm, proportion and scale, harmony and unity. The way these details and principles are combined and interact create the overall design of a space.

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Topics: Design, Pre-Installation

Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Be a Costly Health Concern for 911 Dispatchers

Posted by Josi Gebhardt on Mar 19, 2014 4:30:00 PM

IndoorAirXybixDid you know that people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors? Did you know the air inside your 911 Comm Center can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outside? YIKES! Indoor air quality(IAQ) affects your health and that is why improving the air quality in your facility is so important.  

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Topics: Health, Indoor Air Quality

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