Digital materials are essential to digital product creation, which means it's vital they're built with creative designers in mind. But what does that actually mean?
As the popularity of digital materials explodes, competing commercial interests could get in the way of realising their true benefits. This article considers a different, more democratic approach to digitisation.
Building a digital product creation workflow relies on digital materials that behave identically to their physical counterparts. The technologies are in place to make this happen, but as an industry we still need to slot the pieces together.
As the material most synonymous with fashion's history, cotton's future could herald a fundamental shift in the industry’s approach to digital materials.
As fashion rushes headlong to embrace 3D, it is vital that virtual materials can be judged based on their look, "feel", and performance.
In the current crisis, material digitisation is more important than ever. This article examines how - and why - digital fabrics are created.
One of the last, most stubborn analogue links in the fashion value chain is material sourcing. Until relatively…
The Coronavirus outbreak is damaging industries; fashion isn’t immune. Can digital materials mitigate the impact of the Coronavirus on our fragile supply chains?