Behavioural design is a powerful tool to shape decision-making, processes, experiences and results. In the fashion industry where the status quo has been untouched for too long, designing technology to help people do the right thing for both themselves and others, will go a long way in creating meaningful systems-wide change.
Our Style tracker is a workflow management tool specifically built for fashion production. Here we show you how to use it for materials.
The secret to good collaboration? It’s deeply human. It’s not just the right mindset but also space and time to allow creativity and problem-solving to flourish.
Systems are complicated. But for survival, it’s crucial we understand them. I’m not saying I get it all, systems thinking is pretty complicated and hard to get your head around. But, this is where I’m at currently….
I’ve been thinking a lot about how fast things have changed in the fashion industry since we started SupplyCompass – obviously no more than last year—seasons, systems thinking and sustainability.
There’s growing pressure on brands and their factories to delight and meet the ever-evolving expectations of the digitally savvy, increasingly climate-conscious fashion consumer. They’re reacting by designing and producing smaller collections faster and dropping new lines more frequently. A fresh approach to selling requires a fresh approach to producing.