The second blog article about fashion categorization deals with possible stumbling blocks that you might encounter while working on the tasks.
Stumbling block 1: Women’s and men’s categories
In some cases it seems obvious what is meant.
For example: The item is a checked top with long sleeves and a button-down front: It has to be a checked shirt!
When you go through the category tree you will notice that there is a difference between Shirts (for men) and Blouses (for women). Therefore be sure to check whether it is a women’s or a men’s item. Checked shirts and lumberjack shirts are men’s items; plaid blouses are for women only.
You have probably noticed that the number of new tasks involving fashion categorization has not let up. This is because the customers were very satisfied with your results in the test project. We are therefore delighted that we can now offer you more of these quick tasks for a prolonged period of time.
Newcomer? This project involves the categorization of fashion items from various shops, brands and designers based on a predefined structure. This blog article will help clarify the basic process flow of the tasks.