Fashion is Creative, Tech should be too.
Did fashion designers ever foresee how much time they’d end up spending on Excel, instead of the visual, creative stuff?
The reality is, most brands run on hundreds of boring spreadsheets. But here’s the thing—the fashion industry runs on creativity. Yet its operations are still supported by clunky tech designed for other industries.
Fashion deserves visual systems that people enjoy using every day. Systems that are backed by good design that provides user-friendly experiences. This has been a core principle for the SupplyCompass product development and delivery software.
Watch/Listen to Co-Founder + Head of Product, Flora Davidson, explain why Excel just doesn’t cut it for designers and how that’s been a big role in shaping SupplyCompass.
Want to read and view the full Talking Tech series where Flora talks about the specific problems in the fashion industry that SupplyCompass is uniquely solving?
Click the following links to read the full series:
- Fashion is Creative, Tech needs to be too
- Here’s how Tech enables Sustainability
- SMEs need agile, hybrid tech
- Tech needs to be 2-sided and Collaborative
- You’ve got to get Sampling right!
- Enter Collaborative Date-ing.
- It’s all about The Style.
- The Agile PLM for SMEs
- Brands need Structured, Shared Workspaces.
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Nayanika is a designer, writer and illustrator whose work spans research, storytelling and strategy for sustainability in fashion. Her interests specifically lie in sustainable supply chains, craft production/innovation, circular economies and design for social innovation. She graduated from the prestigious MA Fashion Futures program at London College of Fashion with a Distinction in 2019, and has researched at and written for Centre for Sustainable Fashion and Fashion Revolution, amongst others.
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