dha College of Design

Juanjuan Wu, Ph.D.

 

Specialties & Expertise  

  • Merchandise display and co-design in virtual stores, and retail environments and consumer responses

  • Co-design communities and crowdsourcing in online retailing, and consumer behavior

  • Fashion studies focusing on Chinese fashion, design, retail, and consumption

Course Titles (resident and outreach teaching)

  • RM 3243 Visual Merchandising

  • RM 4117W/ApSt 5117 Retail Environments and Human Behavior (online)

  • ADes 4218/ApSt 5218 Fashion, Design, and the Global Industry (online)

Selected Scholarship

  • Wu, J., Kim, A. & Koo, J. (2015). Co-design visual merchandising in 3D virtual stores: A Facet Theory approach. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 43(6), 1-24.

  • Wu, J., Kang, J.Y., Damminga, C.B., Kim, H-Y. & Johnson, K.P.K. (2015). MC 2.0: Testing an apparel co-design experience model. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 19(1), 69-86.

  • Janigo, K. & Wu, J. (2015). Collaborative redesign of used clothes as a sustainable fashion solution: Exploring consumer involvement and experience for potential business opportunities. Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry, 7(1), 75-97.

  • Wu, J., Ju, H.W., Kim, J., Damminga, C., Kim, H-Y. & Johnson, K. (2013). Fashion product display: An experiment with Mockshop investigating color, visual texture, and style coordination. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management41(10), 765-789.

  • Damminga, C., Wu, J. & Johnson, K.P.K. (2012). The effect of lifestyle and shoppable fashion product displays on consumers’ approach and avoidance behavior. Journal of Global Fashion Marketing3(3), 108-118

  • Delong, M., Wu, J. & Park, J. (2012). Tactile response and shifting touch preferences. Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, 10(1), 44-59.

  • Wu, J. (2012). Editorial, in J. Wu, (Ed.) Contemporary Chinese Fashion special issue of Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry (pp. 5-12). Berg Publishers.

  • Wu, J. (2012). Imagination + life: Wang Yiyang’s design core, in J. Wu, (Ed.) Contemporary Chinese Fashion special issue of Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry (pp. 113-126). Berg Publishers.

  • Wu, J. & Chen, Y. (2011). Film and fashion in post-Mao China. In Berg encyclopedia of world dress and fashion: East Asia (Vol.6, online version, word count: 2,795). Oxford: Berg Publishers.

  • Wu, J., Damminga, C., Johnson, K., & Kim, H-Y. (2010). Content analysis of online co-design community interactions: A case study of crowd-sourced Threadless. Journal of Global Academy of Marketing Science, 20(4), 334-342.

  • Wu, J. (2010). Co-design communities online: Turning public creativity into wearable and sellable fashions. Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry, 2(1), 85-104.

  • Wu, J. (2009). Chinese fashion from Mao to now. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers.

 

Refereed & invited Presentations

  • Wu, J. (2015, Jun.). Methodological Issues in Apparel Studies. Fashion & Art Design Institute, Dong Hua University, Shanghai, China. (invited)

  • Wu, J., Thoreson, N., Koo, J. & Kim, A. (2015, Oct.). Co-design visual displays in virtual stores: An exploration of consumer experience. The World Conference on Mass Customization, Personalization and Co-Creation, Montreal, Canada.

  • Wu, J., Xu, L. & Delong, M. (2015, Sept.). The erotic capital of the ideal feminine image in contemporary China. The Joanne B. Eicher Symposium II: Fashion, Sex, & Power, St. Paul, MN (only the title and names of the authors published).

  • Wu, J. & Yoo, N. (2014, May). Communicating store image through atmospherics: An observational study of small fashion boutiques in Minnesota. Fashion and Communication Symposium, St. Paul, MN.

  • Wu, J., Kim, A. & Koo, J. (2013, Oct.). Co-design visual merchandising in a 3D virtual store with Target: A facet theory approach. The 69th annual conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association, New Orleans, LA.

  • Wu, J., Yue, H., Xu, L. & Delong, M.R. (2012, Nov.). Orientation of Chinese designer brands: market vs. design. The 68th annual conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Honolulu, HI.

  • Wu, J., Kim, A.J., Damminga, C., & Chen, L. (2012, Jul.). A content analysis of online mass customization 1.0, 2.0, and crowd sourced fashion business. The 2012 Global Marketing Conference, Soeul, S. Korea (acceptance rate: 48%).

  • Wu, J., Damminga, C., Kang, J-Y.M., Kim, H-Y., & Johnson, K.K.P. (2011, Nov.). Mass customization 2.0: Testing a co-design experience model. The 67th annual conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Wu, J., Chen, L., Kim, H-Y., & Johnson, K.K.P. (2011, Nov.). Does community co-design create better products? An investigation of consumer attitudes. The 6th World Conference on Mass Customization & Personalization, San Francisco, CA.

  • Wu, J., Damminga, C., Johnson, K. & Kim, H-Y. (2010, Sept.). Content analysis of online co-design community interactions: A case study of crowd-sourced Threadless. The 2010 Global Marketing Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Wu, J., Ju, H.W., Kim, J., Damminga, C., Kim, H-Y. & Johnson, K. (2010, Oct.). Fashion product display dominant by color, visual texture, and style coordination: An experiment with Mockshop. The 66th annual conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Montreal, Canada.

  • Wu, J. (2009, Oct.). Co-design communities online: Turning public creativity into sellable and wearable fashions. The 5th World Conference on Mass Customization & Personalization, Helsinki, Finland.

 

Professional, Institutional, and Community Leadership and Service

  • Book Review Editor, Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process, & the Fashion Industry, 2014-present.

  • Program Committee Member: ICDHS 2016 – The 10th International Conference on Design History and Design Studies, 2015 (review abstract submissions)

  • Contemporary Chinese Fashion special issue editor of Fashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process, & the Fashion Industry, 2012.

  • U of M representative of North Central Regional Coordinating Committee (NCCC65): Indicators of Social Change in the Marketplace: Producers, Retailers and Consumers, 2009-present. 

 

Honors and Awards

  • Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business (ESRAB) Award for Research (co-author: Janigo, K.A.), International Textile and Apparel Association, 2012

  • Youngone Best Conference Paper Premier Award (co-authors: Kim, H-Y. & Yang, K.), Global Marketing Conference, 2012

  • Paper of Distinction Award in the Merchandising: Visual Track (first author with co-authors: Ju, H.W., Kim, J., Damminga, C., Kim, H-Y. & Johnson, K.P.K.), International Textile and Apparel Association, 2010

  • Paper of Distinction Award in the Merchandising: Management Track (co-authors: Kim, H-Y., Lee, J.Y., Choi, D., Wu, J., & Johnson, K.P.K.), International Textile and Apparel Association, 2010

  • Faculty Merit Award, SUNY College at Oneonta, NY, 2007-2008, 2006-2007

 

Associate Professor

Retail Merchandising Program

 

Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel
368C McNeal Hall

1985 Buford Ave.

St. Paul, MN 55108-6136


(612) 626-1254
jjwu@umn.edu

 

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