Ting Kang


Have you ever wondered what to wear for the current weather and

later when you go outside you confirm that you were too optimistic

about your ability to endure the cold?

Wearther: an iOS Mobile Application for Women is an iOS Mobile

Application designed to help women choose the proper outfit that

matches the weather outside. It is an interaction design and visual

design project.

Unlike other dressing related application, "Wearther" is not a clothing

organizer or a fashion adviser. It is not a weather app either, although

it emphasizes weather. The concept of this project is to analyze real

fabric information and then to suggest proper clothing from the user's

personal wardrobe based on weather condition. The application

provides two options for the user to add their clothing items into

the Wardrobe section: from photo and scan barcode. Users can set

the time that they are preparing outfits for, and then the application

will provide a pool of proper clothing based on the weather condition

at the selected time. After wearing the outfit, the user can log how

she felt about the outfit. The application will then learn from the

user's feedback to adjust and provide more personalized suggestions

next time.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

iOS (Electronic resource)--Programming; Women's clothing--Interactive multimedia--Design; Application software--Development; Weather--Interactive multimedia--Design

Publication Date


Document Type


Student Type


Degree Name

Visual Communication Design (MFA)

Department, Program, or Center

School of Design (CIAS)


Chris Jackson

Advisor/Committee Member

Shaun Foster

Advisor/Committee Member

Jeffrey Sonstein


Physical copy available from RIT's Wallace Library at GT1720 .K36 2013


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