Accessible Co-design

Student Project

Accessible Co-design was a masters project interested in understanding how co-design can be conducted with participants who experience disability, impairment or temporary illness. The aim of the research was to develop a guide for co-design practitioners, offering guidance and advice. The resulting guide and toolkit describes an approach for working respectfully with participants. The approach ranges from advice around session organisation with participants, as well as offering 'making' materials on trays with wheels, to increase the physical accessibility of a co-design workshop.

Download the Accessible Co-design Guide here.

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