What kind of computer programs does a textile designer need? Friend of is going back to work after Mommy years?
A friend of mine had a good career as a textile designer before her daughter was born. That was 13 years ago. Which computer programs will she need to have to get back into the workforce? Thanks.
Question answered by Peter Boiter Woods
Have her contact the design departments at NC State and Philadelphia U. I know CAD will be one, but there are many specialized systems that have come out in the last 13 years.
Does anyone know of a good textile designer who incorporates the title "Journeys" within their work?
I cannot find any textile designers who have incorporated journeys into their pieces.
If anyone knows of any good designer who fits into this category?
Or even any good textile designers would be appriciated.
Question answered by hotgraphix003
Hello, you can contact Alex Ortiz at www.thinkcreativo.com. 800-608-6670
They are a textile/surface design studio based in NY.
What are the defects in a cad software taking in view a textile designer?
what are the things which a cad software lacks? taking in view a textile designer
Question answered by FlounderingFishy
nothing specifically that i can think of. can you be more specific about what sort of textiles you're designing? adobe illustrator is also popular in the fashion and soft-goods industry to design "flats" and repeated patterns.. auto cad is common for pcs and turbo cad is not only much cheaper but quite powerful and available for pc AND mac.
Any information on the textile designer Lydia Bush-Brown?
I need any information on textile designers from 1940-1950. Anyone who has produced more that 3 pieces of work.
Question answered by nixie
Terrence Conran link 1
Robin and Lucienne Day link 2 (scroll down)
various link 3
some other person you can look up, using search engine.
Peter Dormer, Lesley Jackson, Mitchell Beazley, Alan Peat, Mary Schoeser, Celia Rufey, Jonathan M. Woodham, Jacqueline Groag, marian Mahler, Marianne Straub....
I have completed diploma in textile technology .There is any possibility todo MBA without UG?
I have completed diploma in textile designing and weaving . I am working as a textile designer cum incharge since 5 years . Now I want to do MBA through distance education . If there is any possibility to do MBA without UG .If there is no possibility , which couse to do next.
Question answered by Serge M
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Being a housewife what kind of work can I do from home?
I am a commerce graduate, good at accounting and also a textile designer.I stay in India and would like opportunities here only.
Question answered by andy_thailand
you can get a job, that can be done at home on the internet.
if you have any product... sell it on internet.
you can be part time accountant, do your job from home, as many small businessman gives their accounting outside.
you can design something at home( anything textile to clothes to jewellery), and sell it.
Artists that include seasons in their work?
I have started a textiles project and i need artists/textile designers which include anytime of .
seasons in there work, the only person i can find is Claude Monet, Gustav Klimpt and Pieter Bruegel. Can anyone think of anyone eles please?
Question answered by guess who at large
Hi! Here are just bunches of them...
What kind of career/s could I do if I study Textile Design at BA honours degree.?
Looking through the Prospectus guild, the opportunity jobs include;
-CAD for Knit.
-Print or Weave
-Fabric Testing and Production.
And some of them I don't even know what they are lol.
Like if I was a Designer, what kind of things will I design?
I've got the required grades anyway and have been offered a scholarship.
★Need a wish right now.
Question answered by furious S
Fashion distribution - these degrees are more than about selling clothes - its about marketing and figuring out who are the best customers, fashion editing - and that when done right its heavy money in the purse!
go for it!
The Varying roles of a commercial textile designer?
I need to know the different roles of a commercial textile designer
Question answered by Sur La Mer
This is YAHOO, it's a wide world web and many of us have not even bought anything or work @ commercial textiles.
does anyone know any textile designers not fashion?
i'm doing textiles and fashion at college and i'm looking to go onto a surface pattern and design course and i know i'll need to know some textiles designers, but i don't know any other than Cath Kidston. could anybody help? thanks. p.s it's for my interview
Question answered by derfini
Apart from Cath Kidston, Marimekko, Lucienne Day (a premier British textile designer post WWII - look out for her Festival of Britain stuff), Kaffe Fassett. William Morris, of course. Have a look for the Bauhaus School textile designers. Picasso also design for textiles. And if you google Ikea textiles designers, a whole host of them will come up.