Leather 101

Moore & Giles is pleased to offer our first Leather CEU approved by the IDCEC. The Leather 101 course will provide an overview of the history of leather, raw material, the leather making process and leather types. Completion of this course will provide learners with 1 hour of CEU credit from the IDCEC. 

Our goal is to share our love of leather and teach what makes this material so unique. This course will offer a better understanding of leather and its characteristics to help you select the best product for your project. Leather 101 is also offered online.
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What’s Your Type?
The Designer’s Guide to Specifying Leather

Leather has been around since the dawn of humankind and ranks up there with fire as a key catalyst for human progress. It has sheltered, protected, transported and even fed mankind, playing a vital role in our early existence. It really is the fabric of life in so many ways: from the tradition of the 3rd wedding anniversary to American football, baseball and the black leather jacket, leather is all around us.

All leather is not created equal. In this guide to leather finishes, designers will learn how leather is made and the finish types that differentiate them. Designers will leave with an understanding of how to better specify leather for design projects.
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Leather 101

Moore & Giles is pleased to offer our first Leather CEU approved by the IDCEC. The Leather 101 course will provide an overview of the history of leather, raw material, the leather making process and leather types. Completion of this course will provide learners with 1 hour of CEU credit from the IDCEC. 

Our goal is to share our love of leather and teach what makes this material so unique. This course will offer a better understanding of leather and its characteristics to help you select the best product for your project. Leather 101 is also offered online.
Learn More

What’s Your Type?
The Designer’s Guide to Specifying Leather

Leather has been around since the dawn of humankind and ranks up there with fire as a key catalyst for human progress. It has sheltered, protected, transported and even fed mankind, playing a vital role in our early existence. It really is the fabric of life in so many ways: from the tradition of the 3rd wedding anniversary to American football, baseball and the black leather jacket, leather is all around us.

All leather is not created equal. In this guide to leather finishes, designers will learn how leather is made and the finish types that differentiate them. Designers will leave with an understanding of how to better specify leather for design projects.
Learn More