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International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Table 1 Profile of participants and companies

From: The process of designing interior textile products & the influence of Design for the Environment (DfE)

Professional title Years in textile industry Company headquarters (US Regions) Company size (# of employees) Business type Product types DfE orientation
President/Designer 1-10 Pacific Northwest 1-10 Wholesale printed textile Textile home goods Yes
Artist 1-10 Rocky Mountain 1-10 Artisanal woven textile and furniture Artisanal furniture No
Owner/Designer 10-20 Southern California 1-10 Wholesale printed textile General textile Yes
Creative Director 20-30 New York Metropolitan Area Over 1000 Wholesale woven textile Contract textile No
Owner/Creative Director 30-40 Mid Atlantic States 1-10 Retail printed textile General textile Yes
Design Manager 1-10 New York Metropolitan Area 50-100 Wholesale, woven textile manufacturer Contract textile Yes
Owner/Designer 10-20 New England 1-10 Wholesale, textile printer General textile No
Product Development Assistant 1-10 New York Metropolitan Area 200-250 Wholesale, woven textile manufacturer Contract textile and furniture No
Associate Print Director 10-20 New York Metropolitan Area Over 1000 Wholesale, converter Contract textile No
Product Development Manager 1-10 New England 50-100 Retail print and woven textile Textile home goods No
Vice President Research and Development 20-30 New York Metropolitan Area 100-150 Wholesale woven textile Contract textile Yes
Senior Textile Designer 1-10 New York Metropolitan Area 100-150 Wholesale woven textile Contract textile Yes