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Wednesday, November 11 • 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Grand Poster Session: ADP - Aesthetics, Design, Product Development

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ADP-Aesthetics, Design, Product Development

Chemical-resistant Gloves: Views of the Users, Margaret Rucker, Kyle Davis. and Lisa Blecker, University of California at Davis, USA

Creating E-Textile Activities in a Textile Design Course to Engage Female Middle School Students in STEM Learning: An Undergraduate Design Experience, Laurie M. Apple, Kathleen R. Smith, Zola K. Moon,  and Glenda Revelle, University of Arkansas, USA

Designing Apparel for Nigerian Women: Addressing Visual Appeal, Body type and Sizing, Oluwatosin Adelaja and Carol J. Salusso, Washington State University, USA

Designing Formalwear for Female Teenagers with Dress Codes: A Co-creative Approach, Kendra Lapolla, Kent State University, USA

Development of a 3D Neck Model for Chinese Male Professionals, Shanshan Wang, Jiangnan University, China;  Yingjiao Xu, North Carolina State University, USA; and Hongbo Wang, Jiangnan University, China

Development of Half Scale Dress Forms in Active Body Positions for Bicycle Clothing Design and Fit, Arzu Vuruskan, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey; and Susan Ashdown, Cornell University, USA

Dressing Dolls:  Utilizing Lectra in the Product Development Lifecycle of a Specific Target Market, Kathleen R. Smith, University of Arkansas, USA

Exploration of Transformable Garment Design Strategies on Dresses for Sustainability, Helen Koo, University of California, Davis, USA; and Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University, USA

Fluency in Making Alternative Ideas is the Heart of Design Process, Jung Soo Lee, Hong-ik University, South Korea; and Charlotte Jirousek, Cornell University, USA

Niche Design: Integrating A Curriculum Progression Specializing in Children's Wear, Sheri L. Dragoo, Texas Woman's University, USA

Preferences of Co-Designed Cultural Textile Products from Guatemala and Peru, Carol Engel-Enright, Carole Makela, and Nancy Miller Colorado State University, USA

Protection against Hip Fracture: Clothing Behaviors and Home Conditions of the Elderly, Mercan Haddad Derafshi and Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Oklahoma State University, USA

Selection Criteria for Scuba Diver's Wetsuit, Dong-Eun Kim, Ewha Womans University, South Korea; Dawn Michaelson, Auburn University, USA; and Young Ha, California State University-Long Beach, USA

Special Apparel Needs of Consumers with Visual Impairments, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang,  Texas Tech University, USA; and So Young Lee, Konkuk University, South Korea

Yarn Design Characteristics Which Influence Crafters, Casey R. Stannard, Louisiana State University, USA; and Kathy K. Mullet, Oregon State University, USA

Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm MST
Anasazi Ballroom

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