Revival of Hejaz tribal embroidery using digital design technology: a collaborative design process engaging Saudi female academics
The purpose of the study was to create a collection of professional dress ensembles for Saudi female academics based on their preferences. Two models underpinned this research study: the FEA consumers’ needs model combined with the collaborative design model in order to engage study participants into the design process. A mixed methods approach was implemented in this study in terms of data collection process to examine participants’ FEA preferences within two phases of the design process. First data were collected via online survey from eight participants to evaluate and give suggestions for ...
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Ejeimi, Sahar H.
Sparks, Diane; Yan, Ruoh-Nan
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