Design and Product Development

Collaboration in Creative Design Practice: An (Un)braided Approach

Authors
  • Jessica L. Ridgway (Florida State University)
  • Kelly Cobb (University of Delaware)
  • Jean Louise Parsons (University of Missouri)

Abstract

This concept paper represents Phase 1 of a multi-phase creative research project.The goal of this first phase is to address the complexities of collaboration within design scholarship. The collaborators put forth a (un)braided model which delineates the processes and discoveries that occurred throughout their collaborative creative design project. 

Keywords: design process, collaboration, braided model, design knowledge, tacit knowledge

How to Cite:

Ridgway, J. L., Cobb, K. & Parsons, J. L., (2024) “Collaboration in Creative Design Practice: An (Un)braided Approach”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 80(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.17387

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Published on
23 Jan 2024
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