It is estimated that more than 25% of all work activities will be displaced by automation by 2030. But what does this mean for textile designers?
It may seem impossible to turn a multi-trillion-dollar textiles and apparel industry into a sustainable model, this past year did see some significant shifts. Here’s what it may mean for the future.
Textile Manufacturing automation is accelerating but the remaining “last mile” sewing, continues to be a barrier to re-shoring. There are some of efforts underway to automate sewing and can change the North American apparel manufacturing
Moving from analog to digital production brings some challenges to printers as the corrugated packaging market continues to expand.
October 2020 employment figures are at least moving in the right direction from September, albeit slowly; overall printing employment in October was up +0.8% from September, with the gains predominantly in production staff continuing to come back. Let’s not look at year-over-year changes in graphic arts employment
As businesses reopen, they will require COVID safety signs and distancing dots. Richard Romano identifies some unique samples restaurants are likely to need.
What’s the current state of digitally printed packaging? NAPCO gives us key insights with their latest research ‘Digital packaging: The Time is Now!’
On-demand manufacturers are seeing increased demand, due to the pandemic along with a shift in the industry to manufacture more efficiency with sustainability.
UK-based Dresscode has taken a unique approach to wearable technology with their CashCuff is the world’s first smart payment shirt.
One of 100 Summit celebrates packing design. This year’s winner focused on sustainability, personalization and innovation.