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Starting Out As A Textile Designer? Here's What To Expect
 
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From a tailor's shop to a fancy showroom, in interior décor or product design, textiles are everywhere and all businesses need them. If you've got a knack for design, a love for fabrics and want to pursue a creative career in one of the oldest and fastest growing industries in India, then join us on today's episode of Heads Up. We find out what textile designing is all about and what it's like to work professionally in this field. Also on the show, 'textilepreneurs' share tips and tricks on how to build your own brand. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/mindspace/heads-up/starting-out-as-a-textile-designer-here-s-what-to-expect-446455?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube
Views: 22655 NDTV
What is textile design? Different types of fabric design and surface pattern design.
 
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What is textile design? Different types of fabric design and surface pattern design. In this video, I talk about what exactly is textile design and what are the different types of fabric design and how it is different from surface pattern design. __ DEAR TEXTILE DESIGNERS AND ARTISTS! ★ BONUS: Want to learn my system for growing your repeat pattern portfolio 15x faster? Request my bonus workbook here: http://tinyurl.com/y7y9kt7m ★ FACEBOOK GROUP: Repeat Pattern Design Mastermind: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1533338593408292/ ★__ DEAR MANUFACTURERS! I love to collaborate! If you are looking for custom, unique repeat pattern designs please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today: http://oksancia.com/resources/for-manufacturers/ ★__ If you are learning what is textile design and the different types of fabric design and surface pattern design, then this video is for you. I am talking about 1) What is textile design? The definition of textile design. It applies to fashion design, home goods design, physical product design, and textile industry as a whole as well as textile art. 2) Different types of textile design: screen printed by hand, digital printing, woven fabric, knitted fabric repeat pattern designs. 3) How is textile design also called: fabric design, repeat pattern design, fabric pattern design. 4) How is textile design different from surface pattern design. Hope this video was helpful for you to get you started learning what is textile design and the different types of fabric design and surface pattern design as well as textile designing. Thanks for watching! ★__ ABOUT OKSANCIA AND TEXTILE DESIGN STUDIO AND SCHOOL: Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer, and a creative soul. I help entrepreneurs envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect with their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives through my videos here on this channel and my online textile design school: https://oksancia-textile-design-studio.teachable.com/ Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 62 freelance surface pattern design projects and I’m always looking to collaborate with amazing people and businesses to create beautiful and meaningful products for all of us to enjoy. ★__ My website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: http://tinyurl.com/yahdnqn7 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Tumblr: https://oksancia.tumblr.com/ Shutterstock gallery: http://tinyurl.com/y83tewo9 Oksancia online textile design school: https://oksancia-textile-design-studio.teachable.com/ #GrowLoveCreate Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer www.oksancia.com ★__ MORE VIDEOS FROM MY CHANNEL: ❤ What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How To Design Handbags and Backpacks Using Vector Repeat Patterns - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ&index=2&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR
Views: 7561 oksancia
GCSE TECH Experience (Resistant Materials, Product Design, Graphic Products, Textiles + Food Tech)
 
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A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED WITH THE MAKING OF THIS VIDEO :) If you have any questions then just put them down in the comments. TIMESTAMPS: Resistant Materials/ Product Design : 2.04 Graphic Products: Intro: 1.10 Talk: 11.25 Textiles: Intro: 1.29 Talk from Izzy: 16.54 Food Tech: Intro: 1.41 Talk: 22.54 This video is about what it's like to take GCSE resistant materials / product design, graphic products, textiles and food tech. I have asked various people who have taken this subject to talk about their experience of taking their tech subject. This includes what they did in year 10 and 11, what they did for coursework, what they liked and disliked about their subject etc. INSTA: @cherric_
Views: 1347 Cherri
Outstanding Product Design/Textiles Project
 
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The them given to Tilly was "Outrageous" . As you can see she has carried out the brief with great style and attention to detail
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How To Make A T-Shirt From Design To Manufacturing Process
 
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In this video I show you how to make a t-shirt from the design to manufacturing process. It starts with designing a shirt, pattern making, sewing, cutting and then goes into large production manufacturing. More from Bella Canvas: http://bit.ly/2t9Guo6 When starting a clothing line it's important to know the process, and this video is a great way to learn what it takes to create a t-shirt from scratch. Sign up to the newsletter and receive free downloads to help grow your business + enter to win upcoming giveaways: http://bit.ly/Apparel-Download The following steps can be applied to make any product, so feel free to jot down notes and reference this section for future use. Step 1: T-Shirt Design The first step to making a t-shirt involves the design sketch. Create a sketch that depicts the angles and details you'd like the final shirt to have. It doesn't have to be super fancy, as long as you can show what you need. Designing a shirt with the end goal in mind helps the pattern maker know what you are going for. Thanks you Torey Lewitz for joining us. Step 2: Pattern Making Once the designs are completed, you will consult with a pattern maker to bring your clothing line to life. The pattern maker will take your designs and create “patterns” which are the pieces that will be cut and sewn together. Step 3: Sample Cutting Once the patterns are completed, they are printing on a plotter that creates the outline for the sample cutter. The person in charge of cutting the sample will follow the guides to ensure the pieces are cut to the right specifications. Castle Notches allow the person in charge of sewing to close the product up right. Step 4: Sewing The T-Shirt After the fabric is cut out, it is ready to be sewn. The cut pieces are now the shape of the patterns and multiple sewing machines are used to finish the design. The final outcome is hopefully what you envisioned. But more than likely it won’t be the final fit, so you will repeat the process until you are happy with the size, fit and shape of your apparel line. Step 5: Mass Production Cutting As soon as the shirt or apparel design you created is approved, the patterns are finalized and sent into the production process. John Chacon Head Of Production walks us through his process. Step 6: Mass Production Sewing Once the pieces are all cut out, they are sent to the sewing factory. The factory is given the cut fabric and the head of production is in charge of making sure everyone knows what their role is. Step 7: Order Fulfillment/ Clothing Line Distribution The last step in this video is the order fulfillment and distribution of the finished clothing. As a clothing business you also have to think about how you will provide quicker shipping, handle returns and manage employees. Randy Pinter Head of Warehouse Distribution drops the knowledge on what it takes to run this facility. John Santos on Social: https://www.instagram.com/johnxsantos/ https://twitter.com/johnxsantos SC: @revivejohnny Beats By: Dezavi Productions LLC http://www.dezaviproductions.com/ LINKS TO BUSINESS RESOURCES AND INFO. **** RESOURCE LINKS******** ***Shopify- Website Platform, 14 Day Risk Free Trial http://bit.ly/Get-Shopify ***Bluehost- Web hosting package, 30 Day Money Back Guarantee http://www.bluehost.com/track/bluejay90 *** Design Package- Photoshop, Illustrator & More http://bit.ly/Creative-Cloud1 Upload and print your designs with Printful: http://bit.ly/Try-Printful ***Fiverr- Logo Design and Graphics http://tracking.fiverr.com/SH1rz *AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER: The description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the links, I may receive a small commission (at no added cost to you). This helps me create new videos to support your journey. If you could reference back to this description when you are ready to use a service, I’d greatly appreciate it.
Views: 315199 John Santos
Industrial design studio MKID discusses new programme Swedish Design Moves
 
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1 emerging design studios from Sweden will showcase their work at this year's London Design Fair, as part of a new four-year initiative called Swedish Design Moves. Running from 21-24 September, Swedish Design Moves will showcase works by 11 designers from the southern county of Skåne. Launching during this year's London Design Festival, the four-year programme is commissioned by the Swedish government and aims to position the Nordic country as a leading design destination. he exhibition will take place at the Swedish Design Pavilion as part of London Design Fair, which is held in east London's Old Truman Brewery. Projects on display will reflect Sweden's craft heritage, with a focus on small-scale objects that can be produced locally and sustainably. The exhibition will also include three films about the designers, featuring interviews with Malmö-based studio Stoft and industrial design studio MKID. The designers describe their processes and inspirations in the films, as well as discussing how living in Malmö, Skåne's creative capital, impacts their work. Other designers to feature in the exhibition include textile designers Butler/Lindgård, lighting designers Swedish Ninja and high-quality furniture brand Zweed. Swedish Design Moves is a four-year initiative that focuses on promoting Swedish design, architecture and fashion and highlights its impact on the country's cultural scene. Read more on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/?p=1128216 WATCH NEXT: Pentatonic turns smartphones, cans and cigarette butts into flat-pack furniture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyFjYSK1kGw&t=11s Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh Like Dezeen on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dezeen/ Follow Dezeen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dezeen/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dezeen/ Check out our Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/dezeen/
Views: 7883 Dezeen
How Industrial Designers Use CAD
 
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Learn how industrial designers use CAD to do what we do;) Music // Joakim Karud // Canals Behance: https://www.behance.net/jimmyhuynhea5d Instragram: http://picbear.com/jimmyhuynhdesignPodcast: http://www.halfhourintern.com/careers/industrial-designer-with-jimmy-huynh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JimmyHuynhDesign/ I make these videos on my spare time to share my knowledge. If you enjoyed my videos and want to donate, listed is my bitcoin address. Thank you. 125ZGMRrGAtvbC7BoTziyu9v1AC9A9yYeu
Views: 7054 Jimmy Huynh
How to Move from Print Design to Digital Design (Web Design, UI Design, Product Design)
 
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Moving from Print Design to Digital Design (I.E. Web Design, App Design, etc…) is fun and exciting but not without it’s differences and discouragement. In this video I talk about making the move and what you can expect. Remember to subscribe https://goo.gl/6vCw64 Print Design has a long and well-respected history, nobody is discrediting the importance of print, but there is a new and exciting medium to design for that revolves around the digital space. Websites, Apps and Interfaces are all a challenging and rewarding way to flex your problem-solving design muscles.I made the move quickly into my career and found some interesting differences and learning curves along the way. This video is for the Print Designer or up and coming Designer who is interested in the opportunities that designing for digital offer you. If you ask questions like “What’s the biggest difference between the two?” or “What do I really need to know to make the move?” then I hope this video will be a help to you. If there are any questions that you have that are not covered in the video please let me know,(I purposely left out topics like pay and day to day schedule and tried to focus on the technical design aspects of the switch) I will answer any other questions you have. Hope you guys are having an amazing day and crushing it! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ////////// Website http://www.jesseshowalter.com - ////////// Subscribe: https://goo.gl/6vCw64 - ////////// Social Twitter: http://twitter.com/iamjesseshow Anchor: https://anchor.fm/iamjesseshow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamjesseshow Medium: https://medium.com/@iamjesseshow - ////////// Equiptment Vlogging Camera - Panasonic G85 http://amzn.to/2EwumHn - Drone- DJI Spark http://amzn.to/2CpodH9
Views: 1546 Jesse Showalter
CAD/CAM in Textile Manufacturing (Preview)
 
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For more information please go to: http://www.pumpkin-interactive.co.uk/collections/textiles/products/cad-cam-in-textile-manufacturing 27 mins/ KS 3-4 / 2006 CAD/CAM is transforming the modern world of textile design and manufacturing. This resource looks at four areas of the UK textile industry where cutting edge technology is being used: Digital Printing, Embroidery, Knitting and Laser cutting. For each case study the programme shows how CAD/CAM is used at different stages of the production process. Designers explain how they work in function of new technologies and manufacturers illustrate how they use CAD/CAM and the benefits it brings to their business. The accompanying teachers notes include: photocopiable student activities, advice on how CAD/CAM and ICT can be incorporated into student work, as well as further background information on the case-studies seen in the DVD. Endorsed by Edexcel for use with their GCSE in Design and Technology: Textiles Technology. Recommended by AQA in their resources list for both their GCSE and GCE D&T Textiles specifications. Suggested exam board specification links: AQA GCSE D&T Textiles GCE D&T Product Design (Textiles) Edexcel GCSE D&T Textiles OCR GCSE D&T Textiles WJEC GCSE D&T Textiles
Views: 27857 Pumpkin Interactive
Influences on Design -  Culture
 
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This is a chapter from the ClickView title, Influences on Design. The full 16 minute programme is available with closed captions and additional resources. For more information on ClickView's video library for secondary schools, please visit http://clickv.ie/w/aATi Many factors influence the design of products, systems or environments. Designers must consider how these factors will have an impact on their eventual users, environments and the wider world. Designers have to use materials sympathetically and consider the conflicting demands that moral, cultural, economic, and social values and needs can have in the planning and in the designing of products. In six independent chapters, this programme explores the influences that culture, subculture, egalitarianism, global society, hedonism, and sustainability have on design. Packed with engaging imagery and real-life examples, this program will stimulate viewers to think about the influences on their design work.
Views: 9570 ClickView
Alberto Alessi: What defines Italian design?
 
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Grandson to the founder of the now-famous Italian design factory, Alberto Alessi joined the company in 1970. In the more than four decades he has been in the business of producing designer home and kitchenware he has seen a radical shift in the industry. Reflecting on the change in an interview with Design Indaba in London, he observes that until the 1970s Italian design implied, without exception, that it was designed by an Italian and produced in the country. This shifted dramatically in the 1980s as Italian design companies increasingly collaborated with designers from across the globe, a trend that is continuing today. Noting that production is also going global, Alessi asks what defines Italian design if it is not designed or made by Italians? He regards Alessi as an industrial research laboratory that explores the possibilities of products in the field of design. The product development process takes up to two years from when the company first receives the design proposal from a designer to when the product is presented to market. In between, it goes through a rigorous development process. Aside from market research and commercial prowess, Alessi also values his intuition and believes "in giving birth to things only if I believe they are right not just because it will sell". It is this quality of balancing passion, knowledge and skills that he believes defines Italian design and will ensure the survival of the Italian design factory: "It is the skilful mediation between creativity and the market which is a matter of the head [and] maybe heart – but not necessarily of manufacturing," he says. "So Italian design factories might survive even when they are not producing designs by Italians or even when designs are not produced in Italy." Sticking to the company's roots however, Alessi made a conscious decision to stay in Italy and to keep the most important part of its production – products made through the cold forming of metals – in the country.
Views: 8538 Design Indaba
Five past Design Indaba speakers on how they perceive product design
 
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Watch Design Indaba Alumni give their take on what it means to make quality functional products. Massimo Vignelli, Tom Dixon, Yves Béhar, Ayse Birsel and Hella Jongerius. These names need no introduction. While these product designers all sit in the same field, they’ve each generated a different approach in what they do. For San- Francisco based design , Yves Béhar it has always been about how his designs are perceived. The product designer is the founder of Fuseproject, a design and branding firm that specialises in a combination of tech and design. “As a designer what drives me is not so much style or the way the product looks, it's about finding places in the world for design to express itself, for that idea to express itself in a lot of different mediums,” he explains. The product designer has done collaborations with Puma, Samsung and Italian fashion house Prada. Tom Dixon, on the other hand, is known as a self-taught product designer, who has always been about the creation of more than just a product. Currently based in London, Dixon is the creative director of the brand ‘Tom Dixon’ which specialises in accessories and furniture. “I think the whole thing about design is improving stuff, certainly it's about functionality and its about solving problems,” says Dixon. Dixon is one of the few speakers who has spoken more than once at the Conference. For his 2018 talk, Dixon delved deeper into the designs behind the products and the impact it has. Like Dixon, Hella Jongerius has also spoken more than once. The Dutch designer is known for her contemporary product designs, which include lighting, furniture, ceramics and textiles. She is also one not to shy away from combining traditional designs with that of contemporary ones. Jongerius also looks into giving each of her products character, instead of seeing it as just an object. “What I’m focused on I’m designing the relation between an object and a human being, so when does an object still communicate to somebody and when do you wanna have it and also carry it and keep it for a longer time around you,” says Jongerius. When she spoke at the 2015 Design Indaba Conference, Jongerius looked at her career as a professional designer and her love for unusual material combinations. Design problem-solving is Ayse Birsel's focus. The New York-based designer is the creative director of Birsel + Seck, which serves as a design studio. “What speaks to me is design as problem-solving, how can you solve a problem or settle problems to transform people’s lives through design and improve their lives,” says Birsel. During her 2017 Conference talk, Birsel presented an interactive presentation for our audience, where she spoke about the importance of designing a meaningful future for oneself. All this information came from her book and coursework which teaches you to Design the Life You Love. Lastly, when legendary product designer Massimo Vignelli passed away in 2014 the impact was felt throughout the design world. Vignelli who was the co-founder of Vignelli Associates worked alongside his wife Lella Vignelli. “I’m not interested in styles, I’m interested in the notion of quality. You know good designs still sell year after year,” says Vignelli. Over the years Vignelli’s work has evolved and has gone onto include package design, architectural graphics, interiors and furniture design. Vignelli who spoke at the 2007 Design Indaba Conference, took the audience through his 50 years of famous designs each representing his signature styles of simplicity and timelessness.
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Can You Use Free Vector Art For Products Design and Manufacturing Commercial Products For Sale?
 
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Can You Use Free Vector Art For Products Design and Manufacturing Commercial Products For Sale? I am a freelance textile designer and if you have questions or need further help finding great vector repeat patterns, please visit http://oksancia.com/ and get in touch! In this video, I talk about if you can use free vector or raster art found online to design your product for sale and manufacture commercial products and how to license art. If you are looking for vector or raster artwork to design your products for sale, then this video is for you. I am talking about: 1) The problem with using free vector art found online. It is often stolen from the artists, as happened with my vector repeat patterns many times, and you never know if you can trust the websites that distribute free vector art files online. 2) What is art license and where can you find it. It is the document that comes with vector art files you purchase that states how exactly and how long you are able to use this vector repeat pattern or vector art file. 3) How to make sure that your vector art that you want to use to design products for sale is properly licensed? The best way is to find out who is the artist and to contact them. 4) Many vector art files found online are not unique and not exclusive and there will probably be more products that use the same artwork for sale. If you want your products to be unique, please contact a textile designer or surface pattern designer. They can create a unique, custom artwork for you. DISCLAIMER: I am not a lower, so please contact your legal advisor for details about copyright law and commercial art licensing. I am a freelance textile designer and I license my vector art online as well as create custom, unique vector patterns for my clients. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Want FREE vector patterns and designs from an experienced artist? — Sign up for my free NEWSLETTER here: https://www.oksancia.com ★__ Hope this video was helpful for you to get you started looking for vector or raster artwork to design your products for sale. Thanks for watching! ★__ ABOUT ME: Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer, and a creative soul. I help entrepreneurs envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect with their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 65 freelance surface pattern design projects and I’m always looking to collaborate with amazing people and businesses to create beautiful and meaningful products for all of us to enjoy. ★__ My website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Tumblr: https://oksancia.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/oksancia/pins Shutterstock gallery:https://www.shutterstock.com/g/oksancia?language=en/?ref=145093 #GrowLoveCreate Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer www.oksancia.com ★__ MORE VIDEOS FROM MY CHANNEL: ❤ What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How To Design Handbags and Backpacks Using Vector Repeat Patterns - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ&index=2&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ★__ MUSIC CREDIT Song Title: Funny Ukulele: https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas/free-upbeat-ukulele-background-music-the-land-of-hapiness Artist: Nicolai Heidlas
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How I Grew  My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years
 
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Here is a story of my textile design and repeat pattern business and what I learned in the process... https//:www.oksancia.com * NEWSLETTER: Sign up to my newsletter to receive my tips on how to design physical products using vector repeat patterns: http://tinyurl.com/y7y9kt7m * FACEBOOK GROUP: Repeat Pattern Design Mastermind: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1533338593408292/ ____________________________★__________________________________ Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer, and a creative soul. Up to this point, I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 50 freelance surface pattern design projects. I created my first pattern ever in 2010 and it has changed my life forever. Before this happened, I was creating vector illustrations approximately once per week for my microstock online galleries, where they could be licensed. One day in 2010 I told my husband Alex that I really liked repeat pattern designs and wanted to make them in vector, but the technical process of creating them was very time consuming and long. So Alex told me “Let’s figure it out together!” and we did! We put our heads together and came up with a system that made the technical side of creating repeat patterns very easy and fast for me. We improved the system over the years, but that day we made a simple pattern. Here it is. I was so excited to use it somehow that I made this illustration. One of my personal favorites till this day. One year later, I have created over 1000 repeat patterns and borders and the revenue from my microstock business grew 80 times in one year. The following year we reached 200x the revenue of my original microstock business. You might say that it all started from that first pattern, but what I learned in 6 years since that day, is that it started from an idea and the fact that me and my husband came together and collaborated. That was one of the best, exciting times in our lives together. I realized that I have a vision for patterns and artwork that speak to people and inspire them. But the power comes in collaboration with other amazing, creative people. This is what my customers have taught me so much through our common design projects. If you have a product or a vision for a product that will impact people's lives for better, I would be honored to collaborate with you and create unique, amazing artwork specifically for your products based on my creative vision and more than 8 years of experience in art and design. Please email me and let’s talk about your products and how we can make creative, meaningful magic happen together. **** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful but also meaningful. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: http://www.shutterstock.com/g/Oksancia/?ref=145093 My clients featured in this video: Cari Slings babywearing wraps: http://www.carislings.com/ Hessa Bags: http://www.hessabags.com/ Grow, Love, and Create! Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer I am talking about: 1) How to grow your creative business by telling my story as a freelance textile designer and microstock vector artist. 2) What is a seamless pattern 3) How I grew my creative business by teaming up with amazing people who contributed their knowledge and ideas. ____________________________★__________________________________ MORE VIDEOS FROM MY CHANNEL: ❤ What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How To Design Handbags and Backpacks Using Vector Repeat Patterns - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ&index=2&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR ❤ How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR
Views: 26135 oksancia
Swiss product designer Christophe Guberan presents on active textiles
 
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Swiss product designer Christophe Guberan shares his experiments into active textiles and materials that transform.
Views: 183 Design Indaba
Textiles and Product Design at New Designers 2017.
 
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Our Textiles & Product Design students showing their work at the New Designers show, London.
Mr Ridley's Product Design Question Walkthrough Injection Moulding
 
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Watch the plastic processes clip and then try to answer this question, this actual question is from AQA AS exam June 2014. Questions relating to this process have also appeared at A2.
Amy Butler's Fabric Design Process | Creativebug
 
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Learn about Amy Butler's fabric design process and how her ideas go from inspiration to physical product. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1QLfp1r Connect with Creativebug: http://bit.ly/1ESur2k Facebook:http://on.fb.me/1Ai7nTg Twitter:http://bit.ly/1DLkSwh Instagram:http://bit.ly/1ESupaN Pinterest:http://bit.ly/1EqNYn4 Google+: http://bit.ly/1QLGi5q About Creativebug: Our Creativebug channel brings you inspiration and know-how to realize your creative potential. Experience the pride and satisfaction of making something by hand, through hundreds of videos featuring top designers and artists. Amy Butler's Fabric Design Process | Creativebug https://www.youtube.com/user/CBugStudio
Views: 13750 Creativebug Studios
portfolio students of product design episode 8
 
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In students of product design episode 8 I cover putting together an interview design portfolio and an Internet portfolio for a graduate. When I graduated many moons ago, Internet portfolios were in their infancy and things were clearer. You sent a company your CV with a cover letter and a teaser which was a group of nice images of your designs, if they liked you, they invited you in for an interview and you showed them a paper version of your portfolio. These days the whole process is more complicated, to interview you can take a paper based portfolio, a laptop, tablet, memory stick, you can use a host of different presentation software or log on to the Internet and go to a portfolio hosting site. I think it's become a bit confusing, especially for a graduate. The number one most important thing you can do for your portfolio, is create brilliant work to go in it. There's a reason for putting so much effort in to your projects, good work stands out. Everything you then do in your portfolio is window dressing to show your work off in the best possible way. So in episode 8 I use a demonstration project and show how I would prepare it for my portfolio, covering tips and tricks to best tell the story and maintain the flow of the story through the whole project. In a product design portfolio you show what you've done, but it demonstrates to an employer what you could do for them, your potential. I see lots of portfolios put together from the designers point of view, not the employers. You need change your mindset and think like an employer to show the interviewer what they need to see to make the decision you want them to make (hire you). I see lots of student portfolios full of basic mistakes. They don't flow well, they contain images that show poor decision making, images that are not juicy enough or don't set the scene well and portfolios where it's confusing what job the student is applying for, because they show a mixture of design work and art work or paintings. Some employers may like to see what else you can do, but there is also a danger that it can look like you haven't done much design work so had to pad out your online portfolio with paintings. if you don't have enough design projects, create some personal projects, do more design sketches, make physical or CAD models. If you also want to pursue a fine art career, create a separate portfolio that shows your art on a hosting site for artists. Unless you're going for a multidisciplinary position, If you try and make your portfolio do a bit of everything, it could end up not working brilliantly for anything. It's just advice, so please take away the things that you think are relevant to you and leave the rest behind. I hope you enjoy 'portfolios students of product design episode 8' More work available here: www.producttank.co.uk
Views: 58211 producttank
Optitex Virtual Product 3D Fashion Design Software for Textiles,Apparel,Garment Industry
 
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Get Info here: http://marketing.optitex.com/acton/fs/blocks/showLandingPage/a/6952/p/p-004c/t/page/fm/0 Optitex is a leading provider of 3D Virtual Prototyping & 2D CAD/CAM software solutions for the apparel, automotive, aeronautics, industrial fabrics and upholstery industries. Optitex presents these industries with innovative, open and easy to use products that are designed to facilitate collaboration among the various partners throughout the manufacturing process. Optitex enables its customers to significantly lower costs, quicken time to market, and become more competitive. Since its founding in 1988, Optitex software solutions have been sold and supported around the world through certified distributors and OEMs. Optitex solutions are available in over 20 languages and integrate seamlessly into most operating environments."
Views: 115529 Optitex
A Level Product Design ♡
 
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Hey, I hope you enjoyed this video on my honest experience of A Level Product Design and giving you some of my A level advice. If you have any questions pls comment them down below, and I'll be happy to answer them :)
Views: 3541 Soph Louise
How to create a textile design portfolio? | Printed and Ipad portfolio overview.
 
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⇊ Link to free template and checklist.⇊ This video overview is geared towards putting together a printed textile design portfolio and a quick peek at a digital fashion design portfolio on the iPad. I am sharing the strategic planning and thoughts about what to consider when arranging the portfolio pages to take guide the interview process and show off your skills during the interview process. In this video (part 2 of 2), I share the printed portfolio that I created with an easy fillable template in Adobe Illustrator. You can grab the template below. Also, watch video 1 where I share my templates and a sneak peek at a free 10 step portfolio checklist that you can download with a 1-hour free mini portfolio course. https://youtu.be/xVU7ThFGW5U ⇓ The kit can be downloaded right here: https://fashionchalkboard.com/studio-freemiums/ And you can view my digital portfolio using the Photoshop template right here. The portfolio has fashion design and textile design examples: http://fashionchalkboard.com/portfolio
Views: 929 FashionChalkboard
Product Design
 
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Product Design Watch more Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Ajay, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Textile Designs
 
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I am studying Textile Designs at RMIT, here is a clip of what goes into one design. All the research, colour testing, drawing, sketching, fabric samples, fails, wins and decisions...and this isn't even the finished product. Hope you enjoy. x
Views: 40499 Emma Shannez
What Makes for Great Product Design?
 
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User experience design separates a good product from a great product. Design experts from The New York Times, PayPal, Zola, and other top companies share how they design simple, user-friendly, and beautiful products. Learn how to design a product people love at General Assembly: https://generalassemb.ly/design At General Assembly, we’re creating a global community of individuals empowered to pursue work they love. We offer full-time immersive programs, long-form part-time courses, and classes and workshops on the most relevant skills of the 21st century, including web development, user experience design, business fundamentals, data science, product management, and digital marketing. Stay connected to our community! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gnrlassembly Twitter: https://twitter.com/GA LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/general-assemb-ly Website: https://generalassemb.ly/
Views: 660 General Assembly
What is CAD | CAM | CAE | Mechanical Engineering | Product Design Cycle | Avinash Bhaskar Chate
 
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In this Video, Avinash Bhaskar Chate talks about What is CAD / CAM / CAE in Mechanical Engineering.He also explains Product design Cycle in Detail. To Attend a Power Packed Avinash Bhaskar Chate Seminar of Impact SERIES, Call at +918793630001 or Visit www.avinashchate.com The video explains the concept of CAD, CAM, CAE in the most simplest form possible . It explains how a design process starts and how CAD, CAM, CAE simplified the design process. If you are interested in Learning more about CAD CAM and related software, Please Contact on +918793630001
Views: 790 Avinash Chate
Product Design & Manufacturing Collection workflows: CAM
 
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Get a professional CAM solution that provides all the tools you need to help you work the way you want to.
Views: 176408 Autodesk Inventor
Best Textiles Product Design Winner - Cinar Halicilik
 
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The UAE’s most inspiring design projects have been celebrated at the annual INDEX Architecture & Design Awards. Held at the Palazzo Versace Dubai on the 23rd of May 2017, the prize-giving paid tribute to the vast pool of design minds who continue to transform the UAE’s stunning interior and architectural landscape, while also rewarding the most innovative local and international products featuring at the 2017 INDEX Design Series.
Views: 51 INDEX Exhibition
GCSE Product Design Coursework
 
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A really excellent piece of coursework just finished to share with you
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Skin Probes: Expandable textiles (IT Product Design)
 
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This two-week project was completed by a group of explorative design students, trying to discover and experiment with the relationship between textiles, technology, innovation processes and emotions through participatory design. University: Mads Clausen Institute for Product Innovation, University of Southern Denmark Study Programme: IT Product Design Music: Kavinsky - Nightcall
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Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products
 
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Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products. I am Oksancia - a vector artist and a surface pattern designer http//:www.oksancia.com Please contact me for more information about this topic. In this video, I am talking about two main types of artwork licenses you might encounter while creating a product for resale. *Disclaimer: I am an artist and not a lawyer. This is not legal advice, but me sharing my own experience and research in this field with you. Please contact your lawyer for more information about this topic. Why do you need a license for using repeat pattern or other types of artwork for manufacturing commercial products? A license is a legal practice to protect you, your business and the creator of the artwork. It is stated in the contract signed by both parties. So let’s get started. There are many types of artwork licenses, but these two are the most important for you as a product manufacturer: Exclusive and Non-Exclusive License * Exclusive Licence Only you and you alone (licensee) will be able to use this artwork for the manufacturing of your products for sale and using it in your promotional purposes. You cannot resell the rights to the artwork or give it away for free online. The exclusive license can be time bound. For example, you purchase an exclusive license for 3 years. *Non-Exclusive License You receive the right to use this repeat pattern or another type of artwork for manufacturing your products for sale and using it in your promotional purposes, but the artist can license it to other people at the same time too. Artist can also manufacture his or her own products using this artwork. To sum up This is my short explanation of the difference between exclusive and non-exclusive licenses for licensing vector repeating pattern or other types of artwork for your commercial products and merchandise for sale. If you have any questions or experience with this topic, please share it with all of us in the comments below. *** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful but also meaningful. More helpful videos about using custom textile designs for commercial purposes and running a freelance surface pattern design business: How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8 Live Stream: How I Create Vector Repeat Pattern in Adobe Illustrator CC Using Custom Actions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0 Spoonflower review 2017. How to sell pattern designs on Spoonflower fabric, wallpaper, wrapping: https://youtu.be/4lqfHeZVE0s How to work with freelance textile designer. 9 steps of a freelance project.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVMnr06gSGM How I Designed A Vector Repeat Pattern And How it Looks On Products - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products: https://youtu.be/pohnZfySEkY If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 Grow, Love, and Create! Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer
Views: 1381 oksancia
What is the clothing of the future: SMART wearables & e-textiles
 
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The idea of creating smart clothing was first prompted by the science fiction but even experts didn’t expect the e-textile revolution to start to fast and progress so rapidly. Nowadays smart clothing is used to encase wearable technology and provide the user with new, unseen before capabilities and functionality. There are many working prototypes and startups, which are aimed at redefining the fashion industry. Right now wearable technology has found its best use in the sport, fitness, wellness and medical industries (special monitors may be used for tracking all the vital body metrics) but creative solutions may influence the creation of casual clothing (there are already substances, which can make clothing repel water, dust and other pollutants). Smart clothing is definitely a thing of the future and this industry has everything it takes to become a mainstream technology. More about such technologies here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixN3Uf6ZrRo In this video presentation we have reviewed such futuristic clothing designs (fair use of footage, all credits are below and in the video): - Synapse dress, which lights up the dress, depending on the person’s moon: www.vimeo.com/106431614 - Smart fitness tracker, which can help monitor performance to reach better results: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbtc-unamZs - A smart shoe, which can change its style: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-HAu9FEbss - An overview of a smart-shirt created for running: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO80nmgCbZs - A scientific story about the technology of smart gloves, used for gesture-controlling technology: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ci-yB6EgVW4 - The special compound, which makes clothing waterproof and resistant to pollutants (hydrophobic clothing). Thanks for your time. Please share your thoughts on the clothes of the future.
How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns
 
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A short lesson about all you need to know on how yo use vector repeat pattern swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner tutorial on vector repeat patterns. ★ BONUS: Want to learn my system for growing your repeat pattern portfolio 15x faster? Request my bonus workbook here: http://tinyurl.com/y7y9kt7m ★  SCRIPT for cropping repeat pattern tiles: Super Magic Eraser: http://tinyurl.com/yau5p63s (my referral link at no additional cost to you, thank you for your support!) Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer and a creative soul. I help customers envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 58 freelance surface pattern design projects. In this video I talk about my experience getting started on a path of a self-taught textile designer. I’ve been receiving many questions about how yo use vector repeat pattern swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Here is my quick Adobe Illustrator guide for beginners. So you want to design a fabric, a bag, a piece of clothing, a greeting card, or any other product and you have purchased a vector repeat pattern file and can't locate it and apply it in your product design projects, this video is for you. I am talking about: 1) How to open a 1 vector pattern swatch in Adobe Illustrator. 2) How to open a collection of multiple vector pattern swatches in Adobe Illustrator. 3) How to locate vector pattern swatches in the Swatches panel by going to "Window" menu and selecting "Swatches" 4) How to apply your vector pattern swatches to objects and product mockups. 5) How to scale vector pattern swatches in Adobe Illustrator using the Scale tool. Hope this short Adobe Illustrator tutorial has been useful for you. Please let me know if you have questions about this topic in the comments below. *** More useful videos from my channel: What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR How To Design Handbags and Backpacks Using Vector Repeat Patterns - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ&index=2&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR *** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful, but also meaningful. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 #GrowLoveCreate Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer www.oksancia.com
Views: 2406 oksancia
Textile Design & Colour Realistic Interview, Viva Voce
 
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Ignore text-bookish interview videos, where you are just a ring-side observer. Instead, engage yourself in realistic professional interviews at www.InterviewMax.com. These are the type of interviews you must face, and pass – if you want to ensure a successful career in line with your hard-earned qualifications. In InterviewMax professional interviews, you are a participant and involve yourselves. You feel the heat of the interview, and experience the consequences!!! This interview (Textile Design & Color Interview)has been extracted from the ‘Textile Production Engineering Interview Simulator and Trainer’ that has 52 topics and over 5100 questions. For example, Textile design & colour, Elements Of Colour - Light and colour phenomenon. Physical basis of colour emissions, absorption of light. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colours. Complementary colours, Hues, Tints and Shades. Colours in combination and colours in contrast. Application of colour to woven fabrics. Influence of fabric characteristics (weave) on appearance of colour. Chromatic circle, colour vision - Pigment theory of colour, colour wheel, etc. Colour Harmony and Colour Modification - Achromatic Harmony, Monochromatic Harmony, Analogous Harmony, High Key, Low Key, Mid Key Harmony, Change in Hue, Change in Value, neutralised colour. Elements and Principles of Design :- Natural Motif, Decorative Motif, Geometric Motif, Abstract Motif, line, direction, shape, size, texture, value, colour, repetition, alternation, harmony, gradation, contrast, dominance and subordination, unity balance. Origin and basis of patterns from historic and modern fabrics. Survey of designing methods, studio and workshop techniques. Free hand sketching, enlarging and arrangement of motifs. All over repeating design, half drop, diamond, ogee, weaved line, rectangular drop reverse, sateens, Effect of raw material, weave and finish on the appearance and ornamentation of fabrics. The Interview Simulator & Trainer helps every Textile Production Engineering Professional to respond meaningfully on the spot – in job interviews, viva examinations, technical presentations, client interactions etc. Want to know how it can transform your life? Visit www.InterviewMax.com. Attend your next interview or viva examination with an undue advantage! This simulator gives you the realistic professional interview experience – any number of times, until you reach the level of interaction that is required by your dream job. It is customisable! You can choose the specific topics for each of your interview/viva examinations from: Scouring & Bleaching, Textile Design & Colour, Textile Fibres, Fibre Physics, Yarn Preparation & Weaving, Analytical Textile Chemistry, Chemical & Physical Analysis of Textiles, Chemistry of Intermediates & Dyes, Applications of Textile Auxiliaries, Technology of Dyeing, Technology of Finishing, Technology of Printing, Processing of Garments, Management of Dye House, New Technologies in Textile Processing, Textile Costing, Technical Textile, Modern Spinning Technology, Modern Weaving Technology, Process Control & Quality in Spinning, Process Control & Quality in Weaving, Fashion Art & Technology, Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Drives & Controls, Electrical Machines, Electronic Instrumentation, PLC & SCADA Applications, Chemical Process Safety, Corrosion Engineering, Mechanical Operations for Textile Engineers, Plastics in textile Packaging. Reliability Engineering, Project Management, Engineering Habits of Mind, Critical Thinking, 21st Century Skills, Product Design Methodology, Energy Conservation, Engineering Economics, Engineering Ethics, Ergonomics & Human Factors, Safety, Responsibility & Rights, Industrial Relations, Office/Factory Management, Operations Research, Production Management, Engineering Marketing, Behavioural Science, Finance for Engineers, Quality Assurance, World Class Manufacturing of textile production accessories. (Each of the above topics contains 80 to 110 questions.)
Views: 369 InterviewMax
Textile // What is Textile // The story behind a textile product
 
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A textile is a flexible material consisting of a network of natural or artificial fibers (yarn or thread). The yarn is produced by spinning raw fibers of wool, flax, cotton, hemp, or other materials to produce long strands. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knitting, felting, or braiding. The related words "fabric" and "cloth" are often used in textile assembly trades (such as tailoring and dressmaking) as synonyms for textile. However, there are subtle differences in these terms in specialized usage. A textile is any material made of interlacing fibers, including carpeting and geotextiles. A fabric is a material made through weaving, knitting, spreading, crocheting, or bonding that may be used in the production of further goods (garments, etc.). The cloth may be used synonymously with fabric but is often a piece of fabric that has been processed.
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Design thinking - Tutorial on Eco-Design (1/3)
 
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What does industrial design mean? How can we introduce eco-design in this discipline? Design Thinking - A project path from need to product developed within the Project Imageen in 2013/2014. The clip has been made by Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico Galileo, official European Eco-design Center
How to work with a freelance textile designer. 9 steps of a freelance project.
 
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How to work with a freelance textile designer. 9 steps of a freelance project. https://www.oksancia.com. ____________________________★__________________________________ * NEWSLETTER: Sign up to my newsletter to receive instructions how to receive my Pattern Multiplication Ebook: http://tinyurl.com/y7y9kt7m * FACEBOOK GROUP: Repeat Pattern Design Mastermind: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1533338593408292/ ____________________________★__________________________________ Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer, and a creative soul. Up to this point, I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 58 freelance surface pattern design projects. In this video, I talk about the steps involved in any textile design or surface pattern design freelance project, how to work with a freelance textile designer based on my own research and experience, and 9 steps of a freelance project. This information is based on my own experience as a freelancer. My Step-By-Step Guide for a Freelance Surface Pattern Design Project: Step 1. Initial Email. I normally get approached by a new prospective customer with a pattern idea they have for their products. We email and discuss the idea and possible styles, color palettes, and technical details. Step 2. Short Skype Or Phone Consultation (optional) We set up a short Skype or phone consultation to discuss the ideas, for me to see the products and to go over any questions you might have about the project. Step 3. Contract. I put together a short contract with all necessary information we discussed beforehand for us both to sign. Step 4. Deposit Payment. I email the invoice of 50% deposit payment, which is made by the customer via PayPal or another way of transaction. Step 5. Sketch Time! I create up to 3 sketches (either on paper or directly in digital format) for you to consider. After we discuss your feedback on the sketches, I make adjustments. Step 6. Final Artwork. I create a final design in Adobe Illustrator CC and show the final versions to the customer. After it is approved, I move on to… Step 7. Final Payment. I email the final 50% payment invoice for this project. Step 8. Delivery Of Files. After the payment comes through, I email a package of vector repeat pattern files (Ai, Eps, PDF) ready for production by the manufacturer to the client. Step 9. Samples And Bragging! Yay! 😃 After the product has been created with my design, I receive a copy (or a few copies) by the product to take pictures of, showcase in my portfolio and brag about it on social media. I hope this video has been helpful for you to learn how to work with a freelance textile designer. 9 steps of a freelance project. *** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful but also meaningful. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 My clients featured in this video: Cari Slings babywearing wraps: http://www.carislings.com/ Hessa Bags: http://www.hessabags.com/ Floral Simplicity scented sachets: https://www.floralsimplicity.com/ Grow, Love, and Create! Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer ____________________________★__________________________________ If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to talk about your project today. My website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Tumblr: https://oksancia.tumblr.com/ Shutterstock gallery:https://www.shutterstock.com/g/oksancia?language=en/?ref=145093 #GrowLoveCreate Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer www.oksancia.com ____________________________★__________________________________ MORE VIDEOS FROM MY CHANNEL: ❤ What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN
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GCE Design and Technology - Product Design Graphic Products: CA Marking Training - Unit  6GR04
 
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This pre-recorded event is designed to support teachers with the marking and internal standardisation of this internally assessed unit. Ideal for teachers currently delivering the GCSE Design & Technology - Textiles specification. Delegates Will: - Develop a sound understanding of the Controlled Assessment requirements - Look at Controlled Assessment task rotation - Showcase best practice through pieces of exemplar work and commentary guidance for the controlled assessment - Look at applying the assessment criteria Pearson has reviewed the format and content of all its training events to ensure that the security of its examinations cannot be compromised. This pre-recorded event counts as 1 hour of CPD
Best Programs To Design Clothing
 
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In this video we discuss the best programs to design clothing and ways to get your hands on them for a very low price. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/Creative-Cloud1 We also review the pros and cons to each of the design programs available to make clothing in order help you make a decision. Overall design programs for clothing are known to be expensive, but with the Adobe Creative Cloud you can cut costs by signing up for a monthly plan. Programs such as Illustrator and Photoshop will help you create the designs you need and communicate with the factories to make your product the right way. There is endless possibilities for Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and you’ll be on the way to creating the ideas you have in mind. If you enjoyed this video and want to make a one time or recurring donation please visit my Patreon Page at: http://bit.ly/Support-The-Channel All funds raised will be used to create additional videos and help reach people who need this content. Start A Brand ASAP- Connecting entrepreneurs with the resources and content they need to start their business ASAP. Download the free manufacturer and supplier guide and also receive the 10 Step Program right to your inbox. http://bit.ly/Apparel-Download John Santos on Social: https://www.instagram.com/johnxsantos/ https://twitter.com/johnxsantos SC: @revivejohnny LINKS TO BUSINESS RESOURCES AND INFO. **** RESOURCE LINKS******** ***Shopify- Website Platform, 14 Day Risk Free Trial http://bit.ly/Get-Shopify ***Bluehost- Web hosting package, 30 Day Money Back Guarantee http://www.bluehost.com/track/bluejay90 *** Design Package- Photoshop, Illustrator & More http://bit.ly/Creative-Cloud1 ***Fiverr- Logo Design and Graphics http://tracking.fiverr.com/SH1rz *AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER: The description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the links, I may receive a small commission (at no added cost to you). This helps me create new videos to support your journey. If you could reference back to this description when you are ready to use a service, I’d greatly appreciate it.
Views: 105044 John Santos
Fabric Structure Design
 
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The best way to incorporate a fabric structure in a project or design a stand-alone fabric structure is to see what has already been done, Focus has more than 20 engineers and designers on staff that have 100's of years of combined experience. For more info visit: http://www.focuspdm.com/services/soft-goods-design
Views: 88 Product Design
Anjana Vasanth Portfolio B.des Textile Design NIFT Kannur
 
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Hi, this is Anjana Vasanth, currently pursuing my degree in B.des Textile Design at NIFT Kannur. This is a short movie, presenting some of my best works in the past 3 years of learning Design. Waiting for your valuable comments:)
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I Didn't Buy Fabric For An Entire Year - What's the 2019 Challenge? | SEWING REPORT
 
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Sharing my thoughts on going an entire year without buying fabric, plus announcing what I'll be doing as a personal challenge for 2019 and why not throw in two unboxings? #sewingwithpurpose is the message I want to spread, making things with intention and practicality. Mood Designer Fabrics sent me the latest Swatch Club subscription box to try out https://www.moodfabrics.com/swatch-club Each month, you can receive a box full of various swatches to build up a sample book of fabric on your own. Shipping is free and prices range from $20-$33.75 depending on the length of the subscription. Unboxing sewing subscription box - the December 2018 Maxie Mail goodies! SIGN UP HERE - these boxes are $35 USD + $5 shipping (U.S.) https://goo.gl/yt5f9z Use coupon code "Sewingreport" for 10% off your first box! SUBSCRIBE FOR WEEKLY VIDEOS! https://goo.gl/WxA2s4 If you enjoyed this video, the best way to support making more like this is to subscribe. You'll be notified about my latest videos - plus it's free! WHAT I DO WHEN I'M NOT SEWING... JEN TALKS FOREVER CHANNEL https://goo.gl/EkWQP2 🛒 MY AMAZON HOT LIST http://amzn.to/2iNRk02 BLUPRINT SUBSCRIPTION IS HERE: (formerly Craftsy Unlimited) http://shrsl.com/perf ($14.99/month-to-month or $120/year annual plan) CREATIVEBUG - 7 DAY FREE TRIAL https://goo.gl/gNgL8q FABRIC WHOLESALE DIRECT REFERRAL CODE: https://goo.gl/PdcuNr MY SEWING MACHINES: EverSewn - Sparrow 25 -197 Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine http://amzn.to/2gh8iDh http://amzn.to/2itYeto (comes w/accessories!) (On my wish list - EverSewn Sparrow 30 - IT'S PINK!!!) http://amzn.to/2g9fzHq Eversewn 6-pc Accessory Quilting Foot Kit Low Shank http://amzn.to/2npBQ3n Thank you to EverSewn for providing Sewing Report the Sparrow 25 used in our videos! Brother Embroidery Machine, PE800 5” x 7”, Embroidery-Only Machine with Color Touch LCD Display, USB Port, 11 Lettering Fonts, and 138 Built-In Designs https://amzn.to/2xMLEdV Brother 1034D Serger - http://amzn.to/1FNpsxo Janome MemoryCraft 7700 Sewing Machine - http://amzn.to/2uWS33L NEED CUSTOM BUSINESS CARDS, STICKERS, PAPER PRODUCTS? https://refer.moo.com/s/sewingreport You'll love MOO! They've awesome print products and cool design finishes. Get 20% off your first order! Comprehensive sewing resource guide: http://www.sewingreport.com/resources/ #destash account on Instagram @sewingreportshop https://www.instagram.com/sewingreportshop/ Join in on Instagram with #sewingreportsquad! 📱 Talk to me: @sewingreport Snapchat: sewingreport Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sewingreport Instagram: http://instagram.com/sewingreport Twitter: https://twitter.com/sewingreport Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/SewingReport/ SEWING REPORT FILMING GEAR LIST: http://www.sewingreport.com/about-sewing-report/equipment-list/ Sewing Report is now live streaming on Twitch - follow me there to see me make stuff! https://www.twitch.tv/sewingreport ABOUT SEWING REPORT: Helping you discover your love of sewing, DIY projects, and crafts at sewingreport.com through videos, articles, and tutorials. I'm Jennifer Moore - obsessed with sewing, and want you to be if you're not already. Come on in! If you're all about that, the best way to support this mission is by subscribing to this channel. You'll get the heads up on the latest videos, and it's all free! Quit my job + sold my house in October 2017 to focus on Sewing Report and Jen Talks Forever. I’d love to hear from you! Connect with me at [email protected] Interested in collaborating on a video with me? I'm up for that too! DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for watching!
Views: 970 Sewing Report
ICT in Textiles: Design, Practise and Process (Preview)
 
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For more information please go to: http://www.pumpkin-interactive.co.uk/collections/textiles/products/ict-in-textiles-design-practise-and-process 30 mins / KS 3-4 / 2008 ICT, CAD and CAM are rapidly changing the fashion design industry. With access to one of the UKs top fashion design houses, Coppernob, the programme shows how technology is used at every stage of the design process. Initial design proposals are generated, developed, modelled and communicated using ICT and CAD. Photoshop is used to create and manipulate fabric designs. CAD software is then used to design, grade and cost the garment for manufacture, produce the spec sheet and lay plan, while CAM is used to produce the final sample. The programme also looks at the very latest technological development to hit the textile fashion industry - the 3-D body scanner. It explains how the technology works, looks at the data it collects about body sizes and its applications for High Street retailers and catalogue companies, from size chart development to 2 and 3D pattern generation. Endorsed by Edexcel for use with their GCSE in Design and Technology: Textiles Technology. Recommended by AQA in their resources list for both their GCSE and GCE D&T Textiles specifications.
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How to find vector repeat patterns for your commercial products. Best vector pattern sources online
 
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How to find great vector repeat patterns for designing your commercial products, like handbags, apparel, home decor products, household products, accessories, textile products. Here is my guide of best ways to find or create and license amazing vector repeat patterns for your business. If you have questions or need further help finding great vector repeat patterns, please visit http://oksancia.com/ and get in touch! :) ***** Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer and a creative soul. I help customers envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 62 freelance surface pattern design projects. In this video I talk about my experience and experience of my clients about how to how to find vector repeat patterns for manufacturing commercial physical products. Even though you can apply these tips to digital products as well. So you want to design a fabric, a bag, a piece of clothing, a greeting card, or any other product and you are looking for a vector repeat pattern file to use in your product design projects, this video is for you. I am talking about: 1) Why vector repeat patterns will be amazing for manufacturing your commercial products. 2) Drawbacks to using free vector resources in manufacturing your commercial physical or digital products. 3) How to use microstock websites to find great vector patterns and what is extended or enhanced license. Which license do you need to use microstock repeat patterns in manufacturing your products? 4) How to work with a freelance textile designer or surface pattern designer - like me :) - to create unique vector repeat pattern designs. What are the benefits in working with a freelance textile designer? If you already have a vector repeat pattern files and don't know how to use them, I created a free video tutorial here to get you started: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN Hope this short video was helpful for you to get you started finding or creating and using vector repeat patterns in designing and manufacturing your physical products. **** More useful videos from my channel: What Is Vector? Vector vs Raster Artwork Formats For Manufacturing Products : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E32EzgtSPf0&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN How I Grew My Textile Design Business By 200x In 2 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp6wUeEvTl8&index=1&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR How To Design Handbags and Backpacks Using Vector Repeat Patterns - Hessa Bags Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKpZcwCAdEQ&index=2&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR *** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful, but also meaningful. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 #GrowLoveCreate Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer www.oksancia.com
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Spoonflower review. How to sell fabric pattern designs on Spoonflower fabric, wallpaper, wrapping
 
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Spoonflower review. How to sell fabric pattern designs on Spoonflower fabric, wallpaper, wrapping. Please visit http//:www.oksancia.com for more information and reviews about selling repeat pattern designs on Spoonflower as a textile designer. ★ I am NOT sponsored by Spoonflower and I don't work for them. I am just a customer and a seller on their platform sharing my experience. ____________________________★__________________________________ BONUS WORKBOOK: Grow your pattern portfolio 15x faster with my proven and fun system: http://tinyurl.com/y7y9kt7m * FACEBOOK GROUP: Repeat Pattern Design Mastermind: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1533338593408292/ ____________________________★__________________________________ Hi. I am Oksancia - a vector artist and surface pattern designer. In this video, I am going to talk about my experience and sharing my review in selling my repeat pattern designs on Spoonflower. What is Spoonflower? It’s a custom fabric online marketplace with a great selection of different not only fabrics, but also wallpaper, and gift wrapping paper. Their digital print process uses water-based pigment inks and dyes in a more eco-friendly manner. Their concept is that independent artists/designers can make their designs available for sale at Spoonflower marketplace and receive commissions when the custom repeat pattern fabric is sold. I signed up for Spoonflower in 2010 while living in the Netherlands. I had a great experience with their printing quality and shipment times while living in Europe and now in California. Here is my Spoonflower fabric shop: http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/oksancia As of this moment, I have 318 repeat pattern designs available on my Spoonflower shop some of them are color versions of the same design. To make your designs available you need to: 1) Save them in the proper format. 2) Upload them to the website. 3) Write name, description, and tags. 4) Purchase a swatch to test the quality of the print. I always add batches of my repeat patterns at once and order swatch samples of whole collections of 30 pattern designs at once. This has been the most cost effective way for me. Even with this investment in this part of my creative business and not very active uploading schedule, I still earn a nice commission as a bonus to my other work earnings. The earnings have been growing steadily throughout these years and stay rather stable during the year if I’ve been adding new designs or not. I often receive requests to resize or recolor patterns for specific purposes. My patterns have been used on many DIY craft projects and I’m always happy to see them. I used my patterns from my California fabric collection in my tote bag project and a baby blanket for my daughter. As a big part of my work is creating custom vector repeat patterns for freelance client projects, I had quite a few of my customers come to me after finding my designs via Spoonflower. This is my story of my experience of 6 years+ selling on Spoonflower. I plan to do more experiments with Spoonflower this year so stay tuned for my updates :) If you have any questions or experience with this topic, please share them with all of us in the comments below. Thank you so much for watching! Love and create! *** I am Oksancia - a freelance illustrator and textile designer who creates original repeating pattern artwork and helps bring unique concepts and ideas of my clients into the designs that are not only beautiful but also meaningful. If you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 Featured in this video: Spoonflower: http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/oksancia Grow, Love, and Create! Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer ____________________________★__________________________________ MORE VIDEOS FROM MY CHANNEL: ❤ How To Use Vector Repeat Pattern Swatches in Adobe Illustrator. Beginner Tutorial On Vector Patterns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ Exclusive vs Non-exclusive Artwork License For Designing and Manufacturing Commercial Products: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF48c2sLH2A&index=5&list=PLDw46bpRUrTifICWK5xDMzMStIE_-ykMN ❤ How to design fabric using vector repeat patterns - Cari Slings Babywearing Wraps Case Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKgC951bmcA&index=3&list=PLDw46bpRUrTjjf4PSy-1vVq6_hGMgj2kR
Views: 21674 oksancia
Fabric brings real innovation to cycling products
 
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Learn how Fusion 360 has helped Fabric speed up their product development process as they bring award winning cycling products to market. ►GET STARTED | https://autode.sk/2HaB2Jk FREE TRIAL | https://autode.sk/2uLm8a6 SUBSCRIBE | https://autode.sk/2q61ZpD CONNECT WITH US: INSTAGRAM | https://autode.sk/2Enzh8P FACEBOOK | http://autode.sk/19jII5A TWITTER | http://autode.sk/19jIJXc
Views: 4359 Autodesk Fusion 360
Learn From a Textile Designer. Welcome to Oksancia Channel! :)
 
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Welcome to Oksancia You Tube channel! :) Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer and a creative soul. I help customers envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 60 freelance surface pattern design projects. On this You Tube channel I share my experience on these topics to give fellow creative people an opportunity to learn from a textile designer: * Textile design and surface pattern design * Vector repeat patterns and artwork * Adobe Illustrator and other illustration and design software * Freelance design creative business * Creative Lifestyle * and more :) If you are in the process of designing your commercial product and are looking for vector repeat pattern artwork created by an experienced textile designer, and you think that my work is a good fit for your products, please contact me to schedule your free Skype consultation today. Website: https://www.oksancia.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oksancia-153270518073522/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oksancia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oksancia Shutterstock gallery: https://submit.shutterstock.com/?ref=145093 Grow, Love, and Create! Oksancia Freelance Artist - Textile Designer
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Industrial Design
 
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The NASAD accredited Industrial Design program at MSU Denver is multi-faceted, offering courses in textiles, bicycle design, furniture design, prototyping in metals, woods, and plastics, and working with outside industry. Students gain marketable skills through hands-on projects led by professors who work in the industry. Check us out on the web at: www.msudenver.edu/ind
Why choose Design Technology as a GCSE
 
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This short film should give you a flavour of the types of things you could do if you choose a DT subject at GCSE. You can choose from Catering, Product Design, Engineering or Textiles. Ask your teachers for more information
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