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Jeanologia EDesigner speeds up sampling process

By Michelle Russell 22 Jul 2020

Denim finishing technology specialist Jeanologia has developed a tool that speeds up the sampling process and ensures garment finishing accuracy.

Jeanologia EDesigner speeds up sampling process

Denim finishing technology specialist Jeanologia has developed a tool that speeds up the sampling process and ensures garment finishing accuracy.

EDesigner, which debuted this week, means that from design to garment finishing, “what you see is what you get”, the company says.

“We want to transform the way jeans are designed,” says Enrique Silla, CEO of Jeanologia. “A digital tool that connects designers with wash developers, connects brands with manufacturers. EDesigner is a tool developed by Jeanologia customised for jeans creation. But it’s not only that, it’s an end-to-end platform that provides us with production data to get from production exactly what we had in design. This transports us to a new digital world.”

Jeanologia says the tool is simple to use without the need for a graphic designer. “You just need to understand your customer”, Silla says.

“EDesigner is ability. In our proof of concept, our customers produced 40 garments and approved 40 garments in only 40hrs. One hour per sample approval.

“EDesigner is connectivity. It’s a completely open platform that can be connected to your existing software. EDesigner is community. You can use the Jeanologia gallery to create your designs, you can create your own designs, but you can also make a community with all the designs and exchange ideas in a simple way.

“Edesigner simplifies development. Imagine from design, sample, to sample approval, in only one hour. For the first time in the history of digital design, what you see is what you get.”

Customers can pick a fit from the Jeanologia gallery with the desired shape. A pattern and effects such as washing effect can then be added, and the design is then ready to be shared with the brand and the production plans.

“What you see is what you get,” affirms Mathieu Espiot, EDesigner developer. “You just need to be a creative mind and you don’t need the technical skills you needed before. Faster, easier and with more possibilities in the end. The quality will be exactly the same as before with hours and hours of work but in just a few clicks.”

Last month, Jeanologia opened a new innovation hub in Hong Kong, reinforcing the company’s international expansion plans and improving time to market.