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I think SketchUp would be a very good fit for this. It is very beginner friendly and the basic version is free. A really handy feature that would be a benefit for this specifically is the prefab library that's included You won't have to spend hours modelling a chair/counter/whatever if you can find something close enough in the 3D warehouse. The built ...
If you're after something that is very generic, you could do worse than Trello: it's designed for tracking lists of lists, and then moving individual cards/requests between the lists. You have some pretty fine-grained controls for sharing within an organisation as well.
As jhocking mentions, a good place to start would be to find your own style and adjust your technique. Some feedback is great at this stage, you can show your drawings to your friends and ask for their opinions, or share them online in places like DeviantArt or similar. I also agree with the traditional first approach. You can go digital in a next step, but ...
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