Synopses & Reviews
This book covers some of the technological changes that have emerged in the fashion world. It provides a way of integrating this technology with the process of designing clothes. This book focuses on the representational and graphic aspects of fashion design. It gives the history of computer-aided design followed by a description of the types of systems presently utilized in the industry and the role each plays in the design process. It also breaks down the design process and describes the CAD- related experiences that a designer might encounter while on the job.
This book is an attempt to offer a picture of some of the technological changes that have emerged in the fashion world and to provide students with a way of integrating this technology with the process of designing clothes. It is also an attempt to provide this information in a nontechnical way. Includes 3 1/2 inch diskette (approximately 5MB of available memory is required to use the disk.)
Table of Contents
2. Computers and the Fashion Industry.
3. From Sketch to Market: How CAS Systems Are Used.
4. Design in Context: Understanding the Marketplace.
6. Fabric: The Designer's Medium.
8. Putting It All Together: Presentation and Graphics.