Best Twitter Accounts to follow for Fashion Tech (People who Speak Human)

Fashion Technology has become so much more than a passing trend.

#FashionTech has an astronomical base on Twitter and countless startups. Even established brands (such as Burberry, Dior, Tommy Hilfiger, Topshop) are implementing technology in their products and business models. The paradigm has shifted and Fashion Tech is here to stay. But are you mind-boggled by the sheer amount of content? Or maybe you’re interested in learning about Fashion Tech but can’t exactly relate to it. Anyways, this post caught your attention for a reason, and I’m here to share with you the accounts that can perhaps make Fashion Tech exciting and relatable for you. 

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Tapping into Revit: First Impressions

While still in school, I heard multiple times that Revit is a must-learn software, an advanced building information modelling (BIM) application often used in highly technical architecture firms. The urge to learn basic programs like AutoCAD for school purposes, however, has previously restrained me from learning more comprehensive software like Revit. Motivated by Crystal to continue working on new year’s resolutions, I was encouraged to finally tap into Revit, and my first impressions are…

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5 Gifts For A Designer

It’s that time of the year again! If you’re anything like me, you hate the cold and would do anything to avoid leaving the house. Especially if that means running from store to store, hunting for the perfect gift for that one friend who is especially picky in the receiving end of gift-giving.  Have no fear, online shopping is here! There is no doubt that if you have a friend or a relative in the creative industry, you already know what you gift must be up-to-par; they have a keen eye for useful well-designed knick-knacks? I know just the thing.

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Year Of Design In Review : Geometry, Fabrication and Colours, Oh My!

Four months into the New Year, I’d like to reflect on last year’s interior design trends. Like everything in the industry, design is like fashion, one moment it’s totally in, and the next it’s out-dated. So, here’s what I’ve noticed was ‘IN’ for the year 2015.

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