This research aims at preparing designs for school uniforms for adolescence and working on enriching the beauty and the functional value and handle the idea of dissatisfaction to go to school because of the uniform and that is why they are bored especially teenagers who wears the same uniform frequently throughout the school year. It keeps them in a specific pattern and the lack of adaptation to modern styles for outdoor clothes that affect his frame of mind. So , (15)school uniform designs were made and each one has (4) models (summer uniform for girls-winter uniform for girls-summer uniform for boys-winter uniform for boys) the four models matches with each others in a single design An evaluation form for suggested designs has been set according to three axes that achieve ( the elements and the bases - the functional aspect – the beauty and creative aspect for the design) . Also, an evaluation form for measuring consumers opinions has been set (school administration – students) . The study has been reached to: 1. The best designs according to specialist professors are (5,7,11) quality factor 100%. 2. Designs(5,7,11) record the highest quality factor 100% for consumers from ( school administration-students) Out of that, it has become that there is an agreement scientifically (specialist professors) and practically consumers opinions (school administration-students) as the best designs and this clarifies that those designs have achieved the beauty, creative and functional required aspects for the uniform efficiently. The research has presented a group of advices and suggestions the most important is: A changeable uniform according to fashion that help students going to school with the feeling of satisfaction of what they are wearing beautifully and functionally and encourage them to go to school.
ELMohr, Walaa Zein EL Abedin ELSayed
"Innovating Contemporary Designs for Enriching the Functional and aesthetical Values of School Uniform for Students in Adolescence age,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 34.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss2/34