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04:24 Chapter 2 Design is two things: process and product. For designing. . 1. SET THE GOAL- setting a goal establishes a range of possibilities. Eliminates  irrelevant things, and creates a focus. 2. EXAMINE OUTSIDE INFLUENCE- this influences the development and properties of  the goal product: purpose, occasions, locations, settings, resources. 3. ESTABLISH CRITERIA- tell what the product must or must not do to fulfill its purpose. 4. MAKE THE PLAN- this is the step that many consider the “designing”. The plan is the  formula/blueprint 5. CARRY OUT THE PLAN- brings the design from plan to reality 6. EVALUATE THE PRODUCT- uses set criteria to juge the product. Does it meet goal? *design for manmade products fall into two major categories: SENSORY and  BEHAVIORAL sensory design- products experienced through physical senses, sight, sound, taste, ect. the main reason for sensory design is for the sensory experience.
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**clothing as a sensory design product is most import and often experienced as visual  and tactile design. Behavioral design- this deals with patterns or ways of doing things events or actions in  time.  Sciences, sociology ect. . MACRO- large scale MIDRANGE- med scale MICRO- small scale Chapter 1 FUNCTION DESIGN is most important STRUCTURE DESIGN tied to function DECORATIVE prettiness 4-General Functional Needs All garments must provide- *****Ease -Added to garments to provide for extra space in apparel to allow for movement -Shoulder, hip, bust arm and leg circumference, length areas -Standard Ease
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--Allows for movement -Style Ease -Creates a look *****Protection -Weather conditions -Insects, other creatures -Plant life -Bacteria, secretions, etc. ***Environmental Modifiers -Clothing regulates energy flow -Resistance to evaporation, insulation -Effects heat transfer **Health & Safety -Allow body to be safe from hazards Special Functional Needs **Occupational/sports
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-Protective clothing -High fiber performance **Proper Use -Dangerous -Improper or unintended use (static electricity regulations) **Action Potential -Purpose and function of garment determines degree of action potential in design **Children -Safe, functional and attractive apparel -Less concern with appearance than comfort and mobility **Pregnancy -Absorbency -Loose fit -Comfort -Layers
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-Attractiveness **Elderly -Physical changes -Sensitivity to temperature changes -Increased hypothermia **Handicapped or Physically Challenged -Extent of condition -Flame resistant, washable -Easy accessibility -Attractive Structural Design Allows a garment to function Affects both function and appearance Fabric, construction lines and shapes
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Successful Designs: Simple
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