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Accessing axis : exploring design coginition from visual and haptic experiences as an apparel designer in digital 3d imaging using 3d printing technology
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
Despite the rise of 3D printing technology in recent years, the novel technology has not yet heavily expanded to the realm of textile and apparel design. Although 3D printed design explorations have been unique and successful, ...
Utilizing social media to inform inclusive apparel design for baby boomer women
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
Apparel design solutions for an aging population with unique needs are lacking in the retail industry and specifically for baby boomer women. The fashion industry does not acknowledge that older women value fashion and are ...
Women's self-perceptions: an exploratory study of optical illusion garments
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2014)
Although previous research provides insight into how women construct and idealize their appearance through clothing, the connection to the design elements of a garment is lacking. Using an exploratory approach, the current ...