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Map of empathy: a tool to know your customer
Graphic image Empathy Map Empathy Map is a tool developed by XPLANE that helps sketching the profile of a customer segment and understand his environment, behaviours, concerns and aspirations. They can be used during contextual inquiry or as a communication tool within the team
Publication date: 20-10-2015.Read more: Map of empathy: a tool to know your customer
Iki-boutique awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Iki-boutique, Inpired by beauty and simplicity. "Iki is the art of living. It’s that moment when time seems to stop, to make room for what is really essential : the pleasure to be together and share the simple things, surrounded by objects, textures and materials, which awaken our senses, are kind to us and respect nature"
Publication date: 20-10-2015.Read more: Iki-boutique awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
New technologie, team work and communication
Image graphique new technologies Blog Cathy Caroff The implementation of universal design in new technologies, team work and communication. New technologies It is easy to understand the importance of technologies. In a constant renewal, they enable us to project a future with so many interesting interactions
Publication date: 16-10-2015.Read more: New technologie, team work and communication
Orthomoda becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Logo of Orthomoda Orthomoda Company was founded in 2001 and is the Russian largest non-governmental company manufacturing orthopedic footwear and special (adaptive) clothes. They annually serve around 15 thousand people, your products are supplied to 43 regions of Russia and cooperates with Italy, Germany and China
Publication date: 15-09-2015.Read more: Orthomoda becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Titobowl, designed by photoAlquimia, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Images of Titobowl Titobowl is a vessel, designed by photoAlquimia and is part of the collection NATURA IMITATIS, specially designed for tasting different varieties and dressings olives with pit, although it has been adapted for tasting pitted olives and other snacks. Consists of two pieces: The ceramic bowl is used to contain olives and are two variants of the color, depending on the liking for green or black olives
Publication date: 08-09-2015.Read more: Titobowl, designed by photoAlquimia, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Ajorí, designed by photoAlquimia, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Images of Ajorí Ajorí is a creative solution, designed by photoAlquimia and is part of the collection NATURA IMITATIS, for organize and store seasonings, spices and various culinary condiments, inspired by the elegant form of the bulb of garlic. Created only with natural materials and using a mixture of industrial and artisanal processes, Ajorí is an eco-friendly product, respectful of our planet
Publication date: 08-09-2015.Read more: Ajorí, designed by photoAlquimia, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
The participatory methodology for designing accessible spaces Cognitive-Spectrum, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
 Cover publication This model for designing accessible spaces, cognitive spectrum, developed by Berta Brusilovsky Filer, aims to improve the quality of life for everyone. I shows the principles and components of organizations designing best practices of accessible spaces and assess difficulties for cognitive accessibility in buildings and environments
Publication date: 08-02-2016.Read more: The participatory methodology for designing accessible spaces Cognitive-Spectrum, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Le JOK’coeur becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Logo of Le JOK’coeur “Meet yourself and the Other one to live better together... Due to its fictitious, ruled and unproductive character, GAME constitutes a powerful vector of learning and experiments. Reassuring, playing down situation, it allows exploring the various aspects of the Relation in a friendly atmosphere, convenient to the exchange and to the development of the specificities of each
Publication date: 07-09-2015.Read more: Le JOK’coeur becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
October 1st: Designated as European Foundations and Donors Day!
Logo of the European Day of Foundations and Donors The European Day of Foundations and Donors is a day to raise awareness for the social impact of donors and public benefit foundations. It is a common effort by the associations of the DAFNE network (Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe) to highlight the multiple ways their members advance the public good
Publication date: 28-08-2015.Read more: October 1st: Designated as European Foundations and Donors Day!
Askersund City Council receives its eighth “Flag of Cities and Destinations for All”
The mayor Per Eriksson and Lilian Müller from Svenska EQUALITY On July 17th, the "Flag of Cities and Destinations for All" was delivered for the eight year in a row, to the town of Askersund. The celebration took place at the town square, and the flag ceremony was this year integrated with three other important events – the opening of the Askersund jazz, blues and folk music festival, the ceremony for Askersund town’s accessibility award and the inauguration of the rebuilt town square park
Publication date: 27-08-2015.Read more: Askersund City Council receives its eighth “Flag of Cities and Destinations for All”
European Tourism Future Initiatives Newsletter
Graphic image header Newsletter We have received the European Tourism Future Initiatives (etfi) Newsletter. It covers issues that rank from management tourism trends to sustainability and tourism. It can be of interest for those involved in Tourism for...
Publication date: 26-08-2015.Read more: European Tourism Future Initiatives Newsletter
Rama Gheerawo appointed Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design
A world leader in the field of Inclusive Design, Rama Gheerawo has been appointed Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre after almost two decades of leadership in the design industry. Gheerawo has been Deputy Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for the past five years, where he has been instrumental in building the Centre’s current reputation globally
Publication date: 28-07-2015.Read more: Rama Gheerawo appointed Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design
VGO, mobile telepresence robot
Image VGo VGo is a new productivity improvement solution that enables a person to replicate them self in a distant location and have the freedom to move around as if they were physically there. With VGo, you can see, hear, talk, interact, and go anywhere. VGo is not a traditional videoconferencing/telepresence solution where two or more people meet using specially equipped rooms or PCs in their offices
Publication date: 15-07-2015.Read more: VGO, mobile telepresence robot
15 new members have adhered to our Foundation
These administrations, organisations, companies and professionals are the new International Network members of the Design for All Foundation: Acces Safety, Aurélie Dillenseger,...
Publication date: 16-06-2015.Read more: 15 new members have adhered to our Foundation
Mobiped becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Founded in 2011 by Benoit Beroud, is based in Lyon in France, Mobiped is a consultancy in accessibility and in sustainable mobility. Mobiped provides advice and create multimedia contents to strengthen the attractivity of territories, mobility services and building receiving publics toward more enjoyable trips for all
Publication date: 16-06-2015.Read more: Mobiped becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Les Zigs becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Logo Zigs Les Zigs is a non profit organization created in October 2010 by designers, working in architecture, interior design, retail design, graphic design, furniture design, products design and community management. Then, they use the skills of each one members to cover the most complete work for your projects
Publication date: 15-06-2015.Read more: Les Zigs becomes member of the Design for All Foundation
Collaboration agreement between ICUB and Design for All Foundation for BCNLab project
Logo of BCNLab The Institut de Cultura de Barcelona (ICUB) and Design for All Foundation have signed a collaboration agreement to engage mutually in the development of activities and actions in the BCNLab project. ICUB, through the Directorate of Creativity and...
Publication date: 15-06-2015.Read more: Collaboration agreement between ICUB and Design for All Foundation for BCNLab project
L’École de design Nantes Atlantique new member of the Design for All Foundation international network
Logo L'École de design Nantes Atlantique Supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Nantes – Saint Nazaire, L'École de design Nantes Atlantique was founded in 1988, is recognized by the State and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (top-tier French higher Education Institutions)
Publication date: 04-06-2015.Read more: L’École de design Nantes Atlantique new member of the Design for All Foundation international network
Skoog, designed by Skoogmusic, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Skoog, designed by Skoogmusic company, is a completely new instrument concept designed for people who can’t play conventional instruments. It is a soft and flexible object simply connected to the USB port of a desktop or laptop. To play the different instruments, only pressing, stroking, tilt or shake the Skoog is necessary as it has dynamic sensors inside to answer any movement
Publication date: 15-06-2015.Read more: Skoog, designed by Skoogmusic, awarded as Good Practice 2015 by the Design for All Foundation
Project AMBAVis-Access to museums for blind and visually impaired people through 3D technology
Museums constitute an essential part of the European cultural landscape. However, they primarily address the visual senses and blind and visually impaired people are therefore excluded from a wide range of services. However, times are changing innovative 3D technologies and multi-sensory approaches are offering new solutions for blind and visually impaired people, by enabling them to get in touch with exhibits and allowing them to participate museums’ educational programmes
Publication date: 21-05-2015.Read more: Project AMBAVis-Access to museums for blind and visually impaired people through 3D technology
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