Product design, exhibit design, branding and signage—these are some of the crossover specialties that interior designers commonly participate in that enrich our practices and open up new opportunities. But how far can we push the disciplinary boundaries? As a problem-solving process, design confounds any narrow notion of the practice as resulting exclusively in a physical end product. In fact, this view opens the field to infinite applications. Perspective looks at five Designers (with a capital D) of this cast and their design journeys. They come from a variety of professions, but they all embrace this broader concept of design and tap into the same skill set that’s at the foundation of what we do as interior designers. They use the design process mindset to expand their practices to address issues they are passionate about. In fact, their interface with another discipline is so intense, we’re calling them Hybrid Professionals.