Design for All

In this section we collect, in order not to get lost in memory, experiences and considerations born during the most significant design experiences.
Undertaking a Design for All process requires a knowledge, as deep and accurate as possible, of the potential of the discipline and a design synthesis capable of giving answers compatible with the needs and expectations of everyone and which, at the same time, do not recall people with disabilities nor the disability itself. Solutions, therefore, that must be specific, to satisfy even very particular needs, but that must appear generic to promote social inclusion.

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Francesco Rodighiero – New president of Design for All Italia

In May 2021 took place the elections of the new board of directors of the Association Design for All Italia, and with great pride we announce that the new president-elect is Francesco Rodighiero. The institutional role that he’ll cover for the next two years will be mainly directed to the dissemination of the values and principles of Design for All.

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Design for accessibility and beauty

In February 2016, a hackathon was organized with people living with rheumatoid arthritis. An exciting experience of co-design for people with rheumatoid arthritis that left its mark. Because the focus of the projects to develop was not reduced to a pure functionalism, but functionalism became the condition to deal with much more important issues.

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Phenomenology of exclusion

Design for All allows us to put ourselves in a privileged, more contemporary perspective, while at the same time expand the design analysis factors. It’s about time that Design for All is handled with the same commitment with which the theme of “sustainability” and its surroundings have been handled over the last decades.

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