Made to fit: Å kle en avvikende kropp - handikap og klær

Mari Bjerck, Ingun Grimstad Klepp, Eli Skoland

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    Abstract

    This report concludes findings from a literature study, user study and market study done in the project Made to Fit. The report conveys the potential for developing customized clothes for handicapped, reports on the testing of methods and identifies the status of knowledge on the field. The report is organized in three distinct parts. The first part builds on a project note (Vestvik, Hebrok and Klepp 2013) from the project. That part looks into the literature and concludes on some main lines of the research that exist on the field. The second part accounts for the methods and main findings of the empirical user study done in the project. The final part looks into the market for clothes for handicapped and accounts for Fjellrypas experiences with customizing clothes for handicapped in Norway. The report concludes by pointing to some challenges in the study and looks to the further possibilities for research, politics and development within the field.
    Original languageNorwegian
    Place of PublicationOslo
    PublisherStatens Institutt for Forbruksforskning
    Number of pages63
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    SeriesOppdragsrapport
    Number9-2013

    Keywords

    • Clothes
    • Handicap
    • Customization
    • User study
    • Market study
    • Literature study

    Cite this

    Bjerck, M., Klepp, I. G., & Skoland, E. (2013). Made to fit: Å kle en avvikende kropp - handikap og klær. Statens Institutt for Forbruksforskning. Oppdragsrapport, No. 9-2013 http://www.sifo.no/files/file79516_oppdragsrapport_9-2013_web.pdf