Design and Product Development

Color Hearing: The Use of Psychomimicry to Inform Design Questions, Challenges, and Process

Author
  • Jessica L. Ridgway (Florida State University)

Abstract

A designer’s creative process is often difficult to share as it is filled with intricate details that are often fleeting thoughts or creative moments that are never captured but contribute to the outcome. It is becoming increasingly important for designers to share their influence (i.e. inspiration, designer knowledge, background, visual references) as well as the design process of their creative scholarship. The sharing of knowledge helps to create design scholarship that can be investigated, disseminated, and built upon. The goal of this research presentation is to share the design questions, challenges, and processes involved in establishing a body of creative design scholarship. The researcher/designer will do this by explicating a series of three garments entitled, “Color Hearing”

Keywords: Psychomimicry, Textile print design, design process

How to Cite:

Ridgway, J. L., (2022) “Color Hearing: The Use of Psychomimicry to Inform Design Questions, Challenges, and Process”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 79(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.15955

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Published on
31 Dec 2022
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