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A conceptual framework is considered one of the versatile design management tools that could be used to analyze design variations and contexts. This study is focused on the development of a conceptual model for managing and producing 3 d. This is because the textile design process plays a pivotal role in the textiles, clothing, and fashion industries. Therefore, understanding the structure, opportunities, possibilities, and process sequence involved in the textile design process was found essential. This paper is concerned with illustrating the textile designers’ adaptability to new technologies available to them and studying models of the production processes that construct the textile design production process from start to end. The comparison between the studied frameworks, models, and design flows shows that variable terms of similar meanings and range are used. An evaluation process against criteria should be conducted. It was concluded that the technological tools available should be highlighted clearly in future developed frameworks.
Keywords: Consumer; conceptual framework; needs; textile design; theoretical model.
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