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Biography

I have interest in the supervision of PhD, MRES, MA and MSc in the following areas:
Design Thinking, Design Management, Fashion Marketing and Branding (Communication Design), Service Design, Costume Design, Design as Strategy, Textile Design (digital) Sustainability Design for textiles and fashion .

I have supervised PhD and Masters studies in the following areas of investigation:

Enhancement of the aesthetics appearance and softness of knitted spacer fabric;

Design effectiveness: Building customer satisfaction and loyalty through design;

Service Open Innovation; Design Elements for the Food and Beverage Service Business;

The Classification of Design Elements for the Food and Beverage Service Business: An Original Review for the Service Innovation;

Public consciousness and willingness to embrace ethical consumption of textile products in Mexico;

The development and evaluation of a speciality handknitting yarn using appropriate technology for the empowerment of women in rural India;

Evaluation of colour effects on knitted fabrics using marl yarns;

I have supervised the following PhD’s and MRES:

  • Sugathan, M.: An upcycling strategy for a rural village in India. Completed July 2015

  • Nam, K.: The effectiveness of operating environmental design in the food and beverage service industry. Completed March 2016

  • Won, S.: Colour information in design. Complete January 2016

  • Loveday Edwards, M.; Nostalgia and its considered place in the ideation stage of the design process. Due to submit September 2019

  • Encino Muñoz, A. G., Due to submit November 2019

  • De La Cruz Mercado, S.; (2017 - ) DEVELOPMENT OF A PRELIMINARY FRAMEWORK FOR PURPOSING OF SELECTED FOOD WASTE IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY, Due to submit April 2020

  • Sakalyte, V.; Due to submit April 2020

  • Liberty. I.; (2019 -), THE AFRICAN FASHION INDUSTRY: AN EXPLORATORY RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN AND GARMENT PRODUCTION SECTOR, Due to submit January 2022

  • Evans, C., (2016 -) Part-time; SECOND SKINS / ‘deskins’: developing a methodology for optimising efficiency in the production planning of fashion made with repurposed fabrics.

  • Kerianoff, A. E., The effects that the concept of modesty has on the everyday dress of women from religious groups within London neighborhoods currently. MRes Completed 2018

    I have interest in the supervision of PhD, MRES, MA and MSc in the following areas:
    Design Thinking, Design Management, Fashion Marketing and Branding (Communication Design), Service Design, Costume Design, Design as Strategy, Textile Design (digital) Sustainability Design for textiles and fashion .

    I have supervised PhD and Masters studies in the following areas of investigation:

    Enhancement of the aesthetics appearance and softness of knitted spacer fabric;

    Design effectiveness: Building customer satisfaction and loyalty through design;

    Service Open Innovation; Design Elements for the Food and Beverage Service Business;

    The Classification of Design Elements for the Food and Beverage Service Business: An Original Review for the Service Innovation;

    Public consciousness and willingness to embrace ethical consumption of textile products in Mexico;

    The development and evaluation of a speciality handknitting yarn using appropriate technology for the empowerment of women in rural India;

    Evaluation of colour effects on knitted fabrics using marl yarns;

    I have supervised the following PhD’s and MRES:

    • Sugathan, M.: An upcycling strategy for a rural village in India. Completed July 2015

    • Nam, K.: The effectiveness of operating environmental design in the food and beverage service industry. Completed March 2016

    • Won, S.: Colour information in design. Complete January 2016

    • Loveday Edwards, M.; Nostalgia and its considered place in the ideation stage of the design process. Due to submit September 2019

    • Encino Muñoz, A. G., Due to submit November 2019

    • De La Cruz Mercado, S.; (2017 - ) DEVELOPMENT OF A PRELIMINARY FRAMEWORK FOR PURPOSING OF SELECTED FOOD WASTE IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY, Due to submit April 2020

    • Sakalyte, V.; Due to submit April 2020

    • Liberty. I.; (2019 -), THE AFRICAN FASHION INDUSTRY: AN EXPLORATORY RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN AND GARMENT PRODUCTION SECTOR, Due to submit January 2022

    • Evans, C., (2016 -) Part-time; SECOND SKINS / ‘deskins’: developing a methodology for optimising efficiency in the production planning of fashion made with repurposed fabrics.

    • Kerianoff, A. E., The effects that the concept of modesty has on the everyday dress of women from religious groups within London neighborhoods currently. MRes Completed 2018

Keywords

  • Design Management
  • Fashion Business
  • Design Thinking
  • Marketing
  • Branding
  • Costume Design
  • Transition Design

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business service Earth & Environmental Sciences
Yarn Engineering & Materials Science
innovation Earth & Environmental Sciences
food Social Sciences
assets Social Sciences
customer Social Sciences
business goal Social Sciences
industrial revolution Social Sciences

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Research Output 2016 2019

  • 4 Article
  • 1 Conference article

To keep, or not to keep? That is the question. Studying divestment from a cross-cultural approach

Encino-Muñoz, A. G., Sumner, M., Sinha, P. & Carnie, B., 31 May 2019, In : Design Journal. 22, sup1, p. 1015-1028 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalConference article

Decision making
Sustainable Consumption
Decision-making Process
Emotion
Cultural Factors
1 Citation (Scopus)
Open Access
business service
innovation
food
assets
customer

Measuring design value of a differentiated service platform: A novel typology for fresh juice business

Nam, K., Carnie, B. & Sunghoon, C., 1 Nov 2017, In : Touchpoint. 9, 2, p. 52-57 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Causes
Customer Satisfaction
Industrial Revolution
Structural Equation Modeling
Web Sites

Public consciousness and willingness to embrace ethical consumption of textile products in Mexico

Deschamps, T. C., Carnie, B. & Mao, N., 26 Apr 2016, In : Textiles and Clothing Sustainability. 2, 6

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Ethical consumption
Mexico
Willingness
Consciousness
Ethical consumerism
2 Citations (Scopus)
Yarn
Testing
Power (Psychology)
Product design
Industry

Activities 2019 2019

  • 1 Oral presentation

To keep, or not to keep? That is the question. Studying divestment from a cross-cultural approach

Bruce Carnie (Speaker), Mark Sumner (Speaker), Pammi Shinha (Speaker), Ana Gabriela Enrico Munoz (Speaker)
10 Apr 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation