IntroductionTextiles have such a significant impact on our daily lives that everyone should know some basics about fibers and their properties.textile fiber is used in a variety of applications such as blanket, warmth, personal decoration, and even the display of personal wealth.Textile technology has come a long way to meet these demands. A basic knowledge of textile fibers will facilitate intelligent evaluation of fiber brand and type and help determine the right quality for the application.This bulletin covers various textile fibers and their properties that are important for suitable textile applications.Classification of fibersTextile fibers can be broadly divided into two groups:Natural fibers Synthetic fibersNatural fibersNatural fibers are subdivided according to their origin as shown below.See table below when available.Fiber Name Source IngredientVegetableCotton Cotton Ball CelluloseKapok Kapok CelluloseFlax Cellulose from Flax StalkCellulose from Jute StalkHemp Hemp or Manila Cellulose 4 Shinagave 4 Cellulose Co4 and Abaca Cellulose 4 Shinagave 4 Cellulose R4 Cellulose 4 R4 CellulosePineapple Leaf CelluloseAnimalWool Sheep ProteinSilk ProteinHairy Animal ProteinMineralsAsbestos Miscellaneous Rock Silicates Magnesium and CalciumSynthetic Fibers as shown in the picture 4 Synthetic Fibers 4 as shown in picture 4 man -made 4 ingredients and origin.Name of fiber sourceCelluloseCotton rayon or wood linterCotton acetate or wood linterTriacetate cotton or wood linterNon-cellulosic polymersNylonAcetate 4 Aliphatic polyamide 4 Polyamide ytrate 4 4 4 Polyamide ester4 4 1 4 1 4 Denatured Acrylonitrile AcrylonitrilePolyurethane PolyurethaneOlefin Ethylene or PropyleneVinyon Vinyl ChlorideSaran Vinylidene ChlorideNovoloid Phenyl NaphtholPolycarbonate Carbonate (Polyester derivatives)Profluoroethylene4,4 Fluorocarbonate4,4 etcRubberRubber Natural or synthetic rubberMetalMetal Aluminum, silver, gold, stainless steelMineralGlass Silica Sand, limestone, other mineralsCeramic Aluminum, silicaGraphite Carbon 1. Natural FiberCottonCotton is the most commonly used natural fiber in clothing and grows in a ball around the seed of the cotton plant. Simple fibers are elongated cells that are flat, twisted, hollow, and ribbon-like structures.PerformanceMedium to good resistanceVery little elasticity Poor resilience, easy to creaseComfortable and soft to the touchGood water absorptionGood thermal conductivityDamaged by insects, mold 4 Rot 4 Mite 4 Sun 4 Rot 4 Mopping 4 Increased use of textile productsCommonly used in woven and knitted garmentsHome textiles - bath towels, bathrobes, bedspreads, etc.Blended with other fibers such as rayon, polyester, spandex, etc. One expensive natural fiber, made from the flax plant.Production is labor intensive, so production runs are small. However, linen is valued for its exceptional coolness and freshness in hot weather.is composed of 70% cellulose and 30% pectin, ash, woody tissue and moisture.performancestrongest plant fiberlow elasticity, easy to wrinklerelatively smooth, softer after washingstrong water absorptiongood thermal conductivity, cool to the touchshinybrittle, 4 brittle, 4 brittle, 4 dam broken.Resistance to moths and carpet beetles via mildew, sweat and bleach
1. Internship Gate: This design thinking approach focuses on the economics and financials of delivering an idea or solution as a product or service. It's like a roadmap that guides designers and makers through the risky process from idea to production. "Gates" or checkpoints are strategically placed to assess the process from time to time so that growth and profits are not impeded. These checkpoints are managed by specific governing bodies, or "gatekeepers", who decide whether projects go ahead or are cancelled.2. VYKAMP: This methodology is one of the most important in design thinking, especially because it puts a lot of emphasis on the interaction with the environment and people in the design thinking process.3. SIMON HERBERT: The method divides the process into 7 distinct phases, namely: Definition, Research, Idea, Prototype, Selection/Target, Implementation and Learning. Although considered a non-iterative process, the steps of the Simon Herbert method can occur simultaneously.More Design Thinking approaches to consider:1. BOOT CAMP BOOTLEG (Stanford): The Stanford Institute approach is one of the most explicit and comprehensive available. He defines his stages as empathy, definition, idea, prototype and test. Empathy is key to the human-centered approach to design thinking that this approach takes. This approach is also a non-linear design thinking approach.One can move forward or backward through the stages and contribute along the way.2. DONUT: The method of looping and iterating is Donut. Also known as an iterative design process loop, it starts with a design brief and runs in circles until a solution is found. The first step is thorough research, including literature review, personal observation, etc.The second stage involves problem solving, involving careful analysis of information and patterns. In the third phase, we identify and prioritize user needs. Finally, in the final stage, the tool or the product satisfies the needs of the consumer and brings solutions to the identified problems.3. STUART PUGH: It's a combination of cyclic and linear design process methods.It is useful for engineering problems. It is a kernel-based model that involves stages of iteration, testing, and evaluation. In addition to the core, peripheral business and design activities exist.4. Loop Chaos: Another approach to design thinking is looping and iterating.It includes the interactions of the business within the circle and the environment and people outside the circle.5. Spiral: A method similar to the donut or circular chaos method is the spiral method. It supports an incremental process in which product improvement and refinement occurs gradually until prototyping and final product launch is achieved.The list of Design Thinking strategies continues:1.Designing for growth: This approach is complete in itself. It's one of the few ways to include a tool for every step of the design process. It also shows how the design process narrows as it progresses. In particular, it asks four questions: What is it? what ifwhat wow? what works These four questions make up the process of Design Thinking.2. NPD: There are three different versions of this method.That of Booz et al. All the basic phases of the different models from the design literature have been combined. It is based on extensive research conducted through interviews, case studies, etc. Ulrich and Eppinger's NPD method focuses on cost and estimation during product development and detailed design.Andreasen and Hein's NPD approach integrates three distinct aspects into the design process: market, product, and production. The phases of the model are requirements identification, requirements investigation, product justification, product design, product preparation, and implementation.3. V: The V model includes links between validated and validated phases. It defines a unified procedure for the design and development of a product or service.But instead of descending in a linear fashion, it rises in the encoding stage, forming a characteristic V-shape.4. CASCADE: The simplest approach to design thinking, this model applies to simple, well-defined problems.These methods are advantageous for helping different companies in the innovation process. A good design approach is to determine which approach is appropriate for the current need and problem, and iterate on the solutionFashion design starts with fashion designs. Fashion drawings are blueprints of drawings that vary in style and amount of detail.● The plane sketch is generally used to trace the shape and silhouette of clothing.● Fashion designs can also be 3D fashion figures with textures, shadows and moving lines of fabric drape.● Fashion illustration is a more detailed type of fashion drawing that can include color and accessories - fashion figures can have detailed faces or hairstyles to show a head-to-toe look.Meet one of your new mentorsBEGINWhy is fashion design important?Fashion designs help communicate the technical elements of a design, such as length and fit, to pattern makers. Fashion graphics can also serve as a mood board, illustrating the emotional language of a design.● Fashion designers can use drawing to communicate their style through different types of poses or drawing tools.● For example, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld's fashion sketches are notable for their use of pencil and chalk.● Dolce & Gabbana studio added decorative details to fashion prints, such as custom sequins on clothing.What is shorthand?The first step in drawing fashion figures is to make fashion sketches. A sketch is a quick sketch detailing the proportions of a fashion figure. Sketch is almost like a paper doll - it's a model that can be placed under a piece of paper to draw clothes.If it's your first time drawing people, try sketching on the pre-made stylish sketch templates. Learn more about the sketch here.What does fashion painting need?If you want to DIY your own sketch models or fashion figures, you will need the following items:● 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper● Hard pencil● Ruler● EraserLeather How to Draw a Fashion Figure 10 StepsModels' body proportions are disproportionate to the human body.In general, fashion figures follow the industry standard of "nine heads" length: this means that the height of the fashion figure is approximately nine times the size of the design's head. These elongated fashion figures help show off clothes, especially dresses and skirts.Here is a step-by-step guide to making a fashion design:1. Draw a vertical line down the center of the paper. This line from head to toe will be the center of balance of a stylish silhouette.2. Divide the paper into nine equal sections. These nine parts will include the fashion character's head, bust, waist, hips, thighs, calves, ankles, and feet. You can draw horizontal lines, about an inch and an eighth each, to separate the nine sections.3.Draw the pelvic region. In the center of the balance line, draw a square for the fashion figure's pelvis. It can be rotated in different directions to create different positions.4. Draw the torso and shoulders.Draw two lines from the top of the pelvic square to create the torso. The lines again bend inward and outward to create the center. The shoulders should be pelvic width, but the line of the shoulders can slope to create a rounded forward stance.5. Draw the neck and the head. The neck should measure one-third the width of the shoulders and half the length of the head. Draw a circle proportional to the body for the head.6. Draw the legs. The character's legs should be approximately four times the length of the head.The legs are divided into two parts: the thigh and the calf. The upper thighs should be the same length as the head. Tap the yarn down to the knee and down to the ankle so that the ankle is about a quarter of the size of the head.7. Pull the arms.Create the arm with tapered lines up to the elbow and then down to the wrist. The arms can be placed along the character's body or on the hips. Finish with hands and fingers.8. Draw the feet.The feet should be about the same length as the head.9. Create your fashion design. Now that the fashion character sketch has been drawn, you can start creating designs based on the character. 10.Explain your design. Color the design to show the movement of the fabric or to emphasize where the material gathers on the garment. Color fashion designs to add dimension. Add embellishments to the fabric to show off your own style. Add facial details or hairstyles to complete the look.Fashion Sketch: A Step-by-Step Guide to Drawing the Basic Fashion Sketch with 9 Head Proportions for BeginnersDrawing fashion figures doesn't have to be difficult. In this tutorial, you'll learn an easy way to create professional sketches, one step at a time!I've divided this tutorial into several parts:Part 1: Design GuidePart 2: Drawing the Sketch SkeletonPart 3: Adding ShapesWhat is a Fashion Sketch?Sketches are the model drawings you draw for designer clothes.You can also call it a fashion figure or a model.fashion sketches can take different shapes, sizes and styles. It all depends on the end use you're designing for and the people you're designing for. Throughout my career, I have used different sketches. Some are more stylized, while others are very simple.(P.S. If you want to take the stress out of creating your own sketch models and start designing right away, check out this 9 Head Female Figure Sketch Kit I made.) The picture shown above illustrates the realistic body (left) and 9 scale fashion sketches of the head (right)What is the proportion of fashion sketches?I show how to draw a sketch "9 heads".The sketches are 9 heads long from the top of the head to the ankle, much longer than the average female. (Feet are excluded from the equation, as their height varies with shoe type and heel height.) A 9-headed model exaggerates the proportions of mannequins, showing clothing in dramatic, elongated proportions.However, mannequins can and should have different body proportions, so I encourage you to design your sketches in any shape and size.This tutorial will teach you how to make a 9 head sketch (using the proportions taught by the Fashion Institute), but you can adjust the proportions later to better suit your target audience.What does "nine heads" high mean?The height and width of the head are used as an indicator of the size of the rest of the body.In this image you can see how the body is divided into 9 equal parts from the top of the head to the ankles. Feet were excluded because their height can vary depending on the type of shoe and the height of the heel. It is useful to use the header as the measurement point instead of the actual measurement, as your paper size may vary.From a small piece of paper to a poster board, first draw 9 portraits and you can describe the proportions and size of your body.If you are using 8.5 x 11 paper, each letterhead can be about 1 inch long, but this measurement will vary depending on your paper size.Let's start the tutorial!Before you begin, you will need paper, a pencil and a ruler (or any ruler).) tracing paper is helpful but not required. Draw lightly with a pencil so you can erase easily. Part 1: Creation GuideStep 1: Draw 9 heads of approximately the same shape and size and label them from 1 to 9 (Leave some space at the bottom of the page for the feet.)Step 2: In the Draw horizontal lines between each head (make sure they are straight)Step 3: Add a dotted line approximately 1 1/2" and 4 1/4" from the heads Step 4: Mark as such Anatomy pagelabeled.Part 2 - Draw the Skeleton of SketchStep 1: Draw a vertical line, perpendicular to the horizontal guide. This will be the midlineStep 2: Draw an oval for the headStep 3: Draw a horizontal line for the shoulders (about 2 inches across head)Step 4: Repeat step 3 for the hips (the hips and the shoulders areStep 9: Draw a cylinder for the neckStep 10: Connect the neck to the shouldersStep 11: Draw small ovals for the kneesStep 12: Draw small ovals for the knees Ankle Part 3 — Adding the formOnce the skeleton of the sketch is established, we can add the muscular structure and the form.Take your time and paint lightly so you can erase easily.Step 1: Draw ovals for shoulders, biceps and forearmsStep 2: Draw ovals for thighs and calvesStep 3: Draw triangles for feetStep 4: Add shape and outline of the neck Trace the outline of the arm using the ovals as a guide. Repeat step5 on the other side: Trace around the leg and foot as shown, using the ellipse as a guide. Repeat step 6 of on the other side: add neck, bust and underwear lines as shown.Step 7: Add centerlines on each side of the body as shown.This is called the "Princess Line".*These stitching lines are a useful guide for drawing the garments* Step 8: Modify the sketch as needed, adjusting the scale if necessary. Then follow the steps below to complete the sketch.Both sides of the sketch must be mirror images of each other to be accurate when drawing clothes.
Sarees in different ways. The pleats are tied in the back and the Pallu is worn over the shoulders.The traditional Kodagu saree is made of silk and cotton. The patterns of these sarees are vibrant and represent the culture of Karnataka. The body of the saree is decorated with prints, stripes or floral works. Ilkal Sarees:Ilkal sarees are one of the most popular cultural clothing styles for Karnataka women. The name Ilkal comes from the town of Ilkal located in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka. These sarees are made from silk and cotton. These sarees are also a great traditional outfit for Karnataka girls.Traditional Karnataka Ilkal sarees are woven with cotton warp threads on the body and rayon warp threads are used for the border and pallu part of the saree.The main body of Ilkal sarees consists of simple designs and the beautiful pallu consists of flattering designs like temple towers, palanquins, elephants and lotuses. The main attraction ofIlkal sarees is the border which is around 4 to 6 inches wide. The saree includes a striking trim at the hem and bottom that makes the saree look stunning.Commonly used colors for sarees are garnet red, malachite green and parrot green.OverviewNative tribes bring India closer to a hazy and indifferent picture.Far removed from contemporary trends and economic development, they have their own personal identity as Aboriginal people, with their own language, religion, festivals, food, dance and music. With such a mystical culture and hospitality, they also maintain the contrast of patriarchal and matriarchal societies.I can't be sure of the total number of tribes in India, but after extensive research I can say that there are more than 500, or about 9% of the total population of the country. The vibrant scene of Indian tribal society stretches from remote villages hidden in India's Himalayan region to the southernmost point of India - from the remotest corners of northeast India to the sand dunes of the Rajasthan. India's tribal population makes up about 15% of the country's population, with the majority found in central India.Now here is the real picture: the great tribe of Indiain its mysterious past contains all the obscure origins of life. Their way of life is completely different from the rest of the world. With an obscure history, they still compete to keep up with modern trends. Their survival largely depends on agriculture and craftsmanship, but the Indian tribes still present the broad face of your little-known "other India". However, simply studying or getting close to a particular tribe does not paint the complete picture, as each tribe has its own unique culture - food, festivals, dances, music, religion and language.To know more about Indian tribes, here is a complete list of 20 selected tribes in different corners of India. 1. Gonde TribeThe Gonde tribe, known for their bravery, is mainly spread in the Chindewala region of Madhya Pradesh in central India. They are also found in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh, parts of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. So while you tour Madhya Pradesh, mumble and tinker with the alluring sculptures of Khajuraho and Sanchi Stupa respectively, before driving from the majestic palaces at Kanha) and Bandhavgarh Whispering Forest (Bandhavgarh), drive to the Gondi (Gondi) forest to experience the unique way of life of local Gonzi people.The Gund tribe are fluent in Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Parsi and many other Drava languages. ChapterExperiment What? The rustic colors with mud walls and thatched roof huts, clay pots, traditional costumes - men in saris and women in saris and ornaments, the festivals and ceremonies of Keslapur Jathra and Madai are all worth seeing. be lived. Try Kodo or Kutki, the staple food of the Gond people; moreover, they are mainly meat eaters. 2.Bhil TribeIf you travel Rajasthan on royal wheels, from huge forts and palaces to Jain temples, experiencing the lifestyle of the Bhil tribe is an absolute contrast. This tribal community in India is mainly found in the Aravalli range of Sirohi in Udaipur and some places in Dungarpur and Banswara districts in Rajasthan. Furthermore, Bir tribe settlements have also been discovered in parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tripura. experience what? Cultural Harmony - Ghoomar Dance, Than Gair (a type of religious dance and drama) and Baneshwar Fair held in January or February are the main attractions.Beli, a language of the Indo-Aryan family, is one of the most interesting experiences.3. Santhal TribeThe Santhal tribe is the largest tribe in West Bengal, mainly distributed in Bankura and Purulia regions. They are also common in parts of Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and Assam. The journey to the abode of the Santars begins in Kolkata, the cultural capital of India, passing through the terracotta temples of Bishnupur and Bolpur.The Santhals rely heavily on agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, they are well versed in the art of hunting. experience what? When drivingin Bankura and Purulia, Santhali Dance and Music is one of the major attractions that you should not miss. Moreover, festivals like Karam, Maghe, Baba Bonga, Sahrai, Ero, Asaria, Disum Sendra and Namah often fascinate tourists. 4.Greater Andaman TribeThe world lost two languages when Boa (one of the speakers of the two Greater Andaman Khora and Bo languages) died in 2010. So before eradicating these unique tribes who speak the Djru and Sare languages , it is planned to sail to Andaman and explore the place where the indigenous people live. The Greater Andamanese tribes, including the Onge, Jarawa, Jangil, and Sentinelese, are believed to be the islands' original inhabitants. But today, a lot of species are on the verge of extinction. Nevertheless, the remaining population of the Greater Andamanese depends largely on vigorous survival campaigns and Indian organizations.experience what? Well, it's hard to tell them apart by their looks - skin color and clothes - but you're yet another traveler who will end up capturing their way of life. The Great Andamanese are found primarily in the Channel Islands and parts of Rutland Island. 5. Khasi TribesIf you are looking for the culture hidden in the mysterious mountains of Meghalaya, the national cry of the Khasi tribe, filled with a lot of music, playing instruments such as drums, guitars, flutes, woodwinds and metal cymbals, will definitely make your trip to Mei Jalaya bright and impressive.The Khasi tribe is mainly distributed in the Khasi hills of Meghalaya, but also in parts of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and West Bengal. experience what? Language aside, it's South Asian language and dress - Jainsem for women and Jymphon for men - a five-day extravaganza, the Nongkrem Festival is a feast for the eyes of the traveler. 6. Garo Tribe TheGaro Tribe is one of the few matrilineal societies in the world, mainly found in the hills of Meghalaya State and known for its vibrant lifestyle.They are also found in neighboring parts of Bangladesh and parts of West Bengal, Assam and Nagaland. It is easy to distinguish the Garo tribe from other tribes in Meghalaya. Women are often seen in various traditional ornaments, while men wear turbans with feathers behind. What experience? The unique forms of Garo architecture such as Nokmong, Nokpante, Jamsireng and Jamadaal are an abstract capture in your images.Also, the Wangala Festival in Asanang is an event not to be missed. 7. Angami TribeIt is the famous hornbill festival of the Angami Naga tribe, which attracts tourists to Nagaland, the farthest corner of northeast India. The Angami Nagas are one of the largest tribes in Nagaland and are widespread in the Kohima region. Besides the Hornbill Festival, the main attraction is their intricate and beautiful woodwork and artwork. The Angami Nagas are famous for making bamboo products, rattan furniture, beds, shawls and powerful machetes. What experience? The linguistic form, the Angami language, identified by different names such as Gnamei, Ngami, Tsoghami and Monr, is another important feature to note. Moreover, their clothing styles - white Mhoushu and black Lohe for men, Mechala for women, and decorations like beads, miniature mask pendants, bracelets and bracelets - are sure to catch your eye. Well, diehard carnivorous travelers can try Angami's unique pork dishes. 8. Munda TribeIf you are at the Munda tribe residence, do not miss the Nupur dance. Their settlements are mostly located in the highlands region of Chota Nagpur, mostly in the jungles of Jharkhand. Additionally, parts of West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Odisha are also inhabited by the Munda tribe. In the vast ecological circle, these Munda tribes follow the simple and basic way of life of the Sarna religion, and believe in a god named Simpanga.experience what? Mage, Phagu, Karam and Sarhul are the main festivals of the Munda tribe and attract tourists. forget the unique preparation of momo, steamed meatballs and thukpa, delicious! Head to the land of the Bhutias during the Losar and Losing festivals to experience a vibrant culture - dance, music and religion.Diehard meat eaters can try the spicy beef. 10. Chenchu TribeChenchu Tribe are one of the indigenous people of Andhra Pradesh and have been living in the middle of Nallamala forest for many years. They are mainly found in the regions of Mahboobnagar, Nalgonda, Prakasam, Guntur and Kurnool. Their life is difficult as they mainly depend on hunting and trading bush products such as roots, tubers, fruits, bidi leaves, twists, honey, gum, tamarind and green leaves .experience what? Well, in addition to speaking with a Telegu accent, they are also proficient in various forms of craftsmanship. Additionally, the Chen Chu tribe is extremely picky when it comes to etiquette. Their ritual representations to various gods are major attractions for tourists.11. Kodava TribeAs you drive from Mysore along the Mysore-Madikeri road, you slowly walk towards the home of one of India's unique ethnic groups, the Kodava tribe, known for their bravery since ancient times. As one of India's booming ecotourism destinations, Coorg attracts many weekend getaways from nearby towns in Karnataka and tourists from across the country and around the world, but the harmony and ethnicity of the tribe Kodawa Explorers are one of the main attractions. In the cultural diorama, the Kedawa tribe loves music and dancing. This color can be seen during the festivals of Puttari, Kaveri Sankramana and Kailpodhu. Plus, these guys are passionate about the unisex sport of hockey.If you are looking for such an interesting panorama, go there during the Kodawa Hockey Festival, which takes place every year. 12. Toto Tribe – Toto tribe is one of the isolated tribes living in Totopala village in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. Their way of life is simple, relying mainly on the vegetable and fruit trade. Although they define themselves as Hindus, the Totos are devotees of the god Ishpa and the goddess Chima.If you are driving to Totopala during the peak winter season, head to Jadapala National Park, one of India's most popular national parks, located about 20 kilometers from Totopala. Don't forget to try Eu, a rustic drink made from fermented marua, rice flour and malt, served hot in a poipa (wooden cup). 13. Irula TribesExpert snake and mouse catchers, that's what makes the Irula tribe of South India special. The Irulas have a population of around 300,000 and live in parts of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala.Additionally, the Irulas are the second largest tribe in Kerala, mostly in the Palakkad region. So when you are on holiday in Kerala to enjoy the vast colors of the Nilgiri Ranges and sail along the sparkling backwaters of Alleppey, just head to Palakkad for a day. experience what? Irulas is heavily dependent on agricultural products such as paddy, raggi, dhal, plantain, chilli and turmeric. Moreover, the biggest attraction remains their colorful ritual performances.Although most of them are Hindus, they still believe in worshiping their own gods, and Elurath is also known to be familiar with white and black magic. 14. Nyishi TribeNyishi tribe is the largest inhabitant of the mountainous region of Arunachal Pradesh, mainly spread in parts of Papum Pare, Lower Subansir, Kurung Kumey, East Subansir and Upper Subansir. Although most of them have converted to Christianity, their religion still involves the belief in spirits associated with nature. experience what?The Nyokum Festival, dedicated to Goddess Nyokum, takes place every February and is an important attraction where you as a traveler can find interesting cultural and ethnic heritage of the Nyishi tribe.15. The Bodo TribeThe Bodo Tribe are considered the earliest settlers of Assam and are today found in Udalguri and Kokrajhar in Assam and parts of West Bengal and Nagaland. If you want to recapture the traditional colors of the Bo people, head northeast during the Baishagu festival, celebrated every spring, to worship Lord Shiva (locally known as Batu). Also, the Bodo tribe are carnivorous - cannibals, so not eating my compatriots - fight the travelers, just wake up your carnivore and try unique pork and fish.What experience? Weaving is one of the deepest parts of Hakata culture, so you can buy handcrafted products. 16 TYPES OF METHODOLOGIES IN DESIGN THINKING AND INNOVATIONThe process of design thinking seeks to solve real-world Solve problems in an auth and practical way, with a strong focus on human needs and expectations. From the outset, Design Thinking methods and tools are user- or client-centric. This human-centric approach offsets many of the risks and ambiguities associated with innovation.Design thinking enables appropriate and achievable creativity and innovation by engaging with grassroots users and making them an integral part of the process. Design thinking follows several different types of methodologies or approaches. However, they place all human needs at the heart of their approach. The major Design Thinking methodologies are as follows:1. 4D: This method divides the Design Thinking process into 4 phases, Discovery, Design, Development and Deployment.The problem is initially identified, then moved to the drawing board and finally put into action in the final stage.2. Double Diamond: Similar to the 4D approach, the Double Diamond approach defines its phases as Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver. Initially, several solutions were available. Then we identify priority areas based on user needs.The prototyping is carried out by the designers according to the priorities determined in the previous step. Finally, we address the constraints and limitations to finalize the most appropriate solution.3. 5D: This design thinking approach is a combination of 4D and Double Diamond. But unlike these two approaches, this one allows access to any stage of the product or service design process.4. Dig deep: This is more of a tool than a method. It combines brainstorming, prototyping, and feedback to enable managers to develop solutions to different business-related problems and tasks. The different stages of DeepDive™ are: Understand, Observe, Visualize, Assess and Refine, and Implement. The first must understand the needs, constraints and problems.Then it must be observed in the real environment of real people. After that, people start coming up with new unique solutions, which are then tested and eventually marketed.