Digital reflection: the integration of digital imaging technology into the creative practice of printed surface pattern and textile design
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This paper investigates the impact of digital imaging technology on creative printed textile practice. Qualitative ethnographic research methods, including the use of a case study, are described. Findings are presented that reveal the connections between hand making, craft and creative cognition and its impact on the digital process. Data from the research identify how practitioners integrate textile techniques, such as hand painting and embroidery, in the digital process in order to extend their creative practice. The paper was internationally peer reviewed and selected for presentation at the Pixel Raiders2 conference at Sheffield Hallam University in April 2004. It was one of only five papers selected from a large number and wide variety of submissions, from different digital disciplines presented at the conference, for publication in a special digital issue of the Design Journal.
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Treadaway, C. (2004) 'Digital Reflection: The Integration of Digital Imaging Technology into the Creative Practice of Printed Surface Pattern and Textile Designers', The Design Journal, 7(2), pp.3-17
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