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WORTH INTRODUCES NEW AMBASSADOR MEMBERS

WORTH has had an extremely exciting month including the welcoming of new members of our ambassadors team. We have had an amazing increase in our support team on top of the members who have been with WORTH from the very beginning…

THE ‘ZERO WASTE’ TREND IN THE DESIGN AND FASHION INDUSTRY

Here at WORTH we are always on the lookout for up and coming trends that we witness through the WORTH Partnership Project winners and the design and technology industry. One theme that we have observed, and will continue to nurture is the concept of ‘zero waste’…

INNOVATION AND FASHION AT EUROVISION 2018

During the incredible performances of Eurovision 2018 last week, WORTH was captivated by the memorable dress worn by Estonian performer Elina Nechayeva, bringing together technology, fashion and design into a 3D performance…

THE DISRUPTIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES MOVEMENT

Disruptive manufacturing processes is a term that is prevalent in the current industries of design, technology and anything in-between. The term is referring to the movement of global technological and economical advancements that are revolutionising the manufacturing industry…

INNOVATIVE NEW EXHIBITION AT THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM

‘The Future Starts Here – 100 projects shaping the world of tomorrow’ is the title of the new exhibition that opened last week at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The exhibition brings together cutting-edge technologies that are currently being studied around the world…

THE REVIVAL OF TRADITION IN A WORLD OF DESIGN INNOVATION

We have observed in design related industries a movement towards a more traditional and pre-industrial method of manufacturing. In a world where mass-production is unavoidable in our everyday lives, we yearn for artisan crafted products…

THE REVOLUTION OF 3D PRINTING IN THE DESIGN INDUSTRY

The developments in 3D printing is revolutionising the design and manufacturing industry, as we see more consumer products being designed and manufactured using 3D printing. With this addition to the manufacturing process, enterprises are now able to custom-make products…

What is sustainability and how can it improve with design?

What is sustainability and how can it improve with design? One of the most relevant topics within the design industry at the moment is sustainability; a problem that is generally acknowledged but requires a higher regard of importance in order to endure...

Educational challenges in Design

The fashion industry has evolved drastically in the past 30 years, new ways of manufacturing have come and gone, technology trends have risen and fallen, but the education system…

Customise, Print and Wear – 3D Printed Clothes

Customise, Print and Wear - 3D Printed Clothes Danit Peleg has put her innovative thinking into practice with the creation of 3D printed, ready-to-wear clothing. Peleg established that clothing, like all things, will eventually go digital and with this vision, has...

The Holographic Table – A World first by Euclideon

The Holographic Table - A World first by Euclideon After over 20 years of development, Euclideon has produced the World’s first multi-user holographic table. Using 3D atom graphic engines, the hologram table can display miniature models of cities and landscapes with...

Adidas – Crafted with light and oxygen

Adidas - Crafted with light and oxygen With an obsession to help athletes make a difference, Adidas unveils FUTURECRAFT 4D. The world’s first high-performance footwear featuring midsoles crafted with light and oxygen. To create FUTURECRAFT 4D, Adidas’ experience in...

The future of Connected Devices 

The future of Connected Devices  See Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO of Beecham Research discuss the future of connected devices, IOT, and wearables. Go to our blog to find more news and inspirational posts. Head to our homepage to discover how we can turn your idea into a...

MIT – 3D Printing Breakthrough

MIT 3D Printing Breakthrough   3D printing has been around for decades but what we know of the technology is a little underwhelming. The printing relies on support structures, layering and curing to create objects. Unfortunately, this makes for slow progress and...

They Grow Up So Fast – The Future Of Children’s Clothing

They Grow Up So Fast - The Future Of Children's Clothing Toddlers outgrow clothes faster than you can say ‘environmental impact’. Going up an average of seven sizes in their first two years, the only thing you’re guaranteed to get a full use from is a nappy. Which,...

Catalytic Clothing – A breath of fresh air

Catalytic Clothing – A breath of fresh air The fashion industry gets some stick for how harmful it is to the planet, and rightfully so, but perhaps all will be forgiven if it were to reduce not just its own carbon footprint, but the rest of the world’s too. This is...