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Designing with smart textiles

Author: Sarah Kettley
Publisher: London ; New York : Fairchild Books, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc, [2016] ©2016
Series: Required reading range., Course reader.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"If you want to understand, and be a part of, the creative revolution in materials design, then Designing with Smart Textiles is the complete toolkit you need to get started. Beginning by introducing the terminology and key applications, the book goes on to examine the key design processes needed to develop interactive textile design concepts, with detailed projects and examples to help you apply these approaches in  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Kettley
ISBN: 9781472569158 1472569156
OCLC Number: 904755999
Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: What are smart textiles? : Smart or technical? ; Feature interview: Tilak Dias ; Contexts of use ; Feature interview: Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen --
The smart textile product: design processes : Studio textile practice ; Case study: Sara Keith ; User-centered design (UCD) ; Interaction design ; Feature interview: Anna Persson ; Industrial processes ; Case study: Cute Circuit --
Design with smart textiles : Smart textile products, fabrics and yarns ; Sourcing conductive fabrics ; The textile as part of a system ; Project one: Visiglove ; Other materials: electronics, Haberdashery and other fabrics ; Switches and sliders ; Input (sensors) ; Output (actuation) ; Project two: Hug ; Levels of complexity: when do you need a microprocessor? ; Working with microprocessors ; Project three: He's not heavy (bag) --
Designing your own smart textile : Case study: Lauren Bowker and Theunseen ; Printed circuits ; Case study: Linda Worbin ; Knitted sensors and actuators ; Case study: Martha Glazzard ; Woven displays and components ; Case study: Barbara Layne ; Feature interview: Joanna Berzowska ; Embroidered switches ; Pattern cutting and fabric manipulation ; Case study: Rose Sinclair ; Playfulness with other components ; Case study: Paola Tognazzi --
Developing your practice : The T-shaped designer ; Identifying values and framing your practice ; Working across disciplines ; Markets, the audience and criteria for success ; Selling your skillset ; Case study: Sarah Walker ; Manufacturing implications ; Design management an open innovation ; Case study: Debbie Davies ; Regulations and certification ; Feature interview: Mike Starbuck --
Appendix : Glossary ; Key academic conferences and journals ; Trade fairs, organizations and residencies ; Skills resources ; Suppliers.
Series Title: Required reading range., Course reader.
Responsibility: Sarah Kettley.

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"If you want to understand, and be a part of, the creative revolution in materials design, then Designing with Smart Textiles is the complete toolkit you need to get started. Beginning by introducing the terminology and key applications, the book goes on to examine the key design processes needed to develop interactive textile design concepts, with detailed projects and examples to help you apply these approaches in your own practice. Case studies and interviews with innovative designers introduce you to different artistic and technological practices, and demonstrate how world-leading researchers are creating new technologies, yarns, fabrics, and applications. Practitioners share unique insights into their processes, and "Tech Tips" so you can build on their research in your own work"--Back cover.

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