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Enabled by Design-athon: Denise Stephens

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Denise Stephens is Founder of Enabled by Design, a social business and community passionate about Design for All. …

Denise Stephens is Founder of Enabled by Design, a social business and community passionate about Design for All.

Design for All gets personal: from mass market to mass customisation

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  • 1. @enabledby  #Designathon  
  • 2. Design for All gets personal: from mass market to mass customisation  Enabled by Design-athon:Ravensbourne, London (2 – 3 November 2012)
  • 3. My name is Denise…(and I happen to have MS)
  • 4. What is Assistive Technology? “Any product or service designed to enable independence for disabled & older people” (Source: user group consultation at the King’s Fund in 2001)From: To:
  • 5. Plastic not so fantastic…
  • 6. Maggie Winchcombe OBE, FCOT   “When I was looking back over old OT journals from the 1970s, I was shocked to see adverts for products that haven’t changed in nearly 40 years”
  • 7. Battle of the bland…   vs
  • 8. Design for All “Design philosophy targeting use of products, services & systems by as many people as possible without need for adaptation”
  • 9. Mass marketdoesn’tautomaticallymean accessible
  • 10. New materials: sugru
  • 11. New technology: 3D Printing
  • 12. New ways ofworking:Customisation  
  • 13. Accessibility for the Masses?
  • 14. Thank you very much…
  • 15. Where to find us:Website: http://enabledbydesign.org/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/enabledbydesignTwitter: https://twitter.com/enabledbyFlickr: http://www.flickr.com/enabledbydesign/Email: denise@enabledbydesign.org