All Abilities Fashion Master is a complete course on Inclusive fashion Design and Adapted Fashion.
You will be able to apply accessibility in your collections without the need to make a specific clothing collection.
In this master course, you will work the entire fashion value chain, from garment design to commercialisation and marketing.
You will be able to analyse the accessibility of your collections with our methodology.
We provide you with several resources and valuable summaries, technical sheets and mood boards in order to have all information at hand and organise.
You will create your own accessibility mood boards, a roadmap to analyse and evaluate the accessibility of your garments designs.
In addition, we provide you a list of suppliers to implement accessibility successfully and easy in your collections.
Our team will accompany you and answer your questions in individual mentoring sessions.
Don’t get left behind and learn inclusive fashion to be more competitive and differentiate yourself in the market.
Design accessibility to create inclusion.
Master in Inclusive Fashion Design and adapted clothing: 100% online
Subtitles in English
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CONTENTS AND MATERIALS
1. Introduction to Inclusive Design
1.2. From accessibility, to universal design, to inclusive design
1.3. Examples + summary
2. Human diversity
2.1. Designing for the majority?
2.3. Differentiation by age, culture, gender, ability.
2.4. Conclusions and Summary
3. All abilities
3.1. What are abilities?
3.2. Cognitive, physical and sensory limitations.
3.3. Permanent, temporary, situational limitations.
3.4. Reflection and summary
4.1. Classification process: need, function, design.
4.2. Description, fashion and functionality.
4.3. Needs by groups, cognitive, sensory and physical.
5. Fabrics and materials
5.1. Common needs
5.3. Additional performance
6. Tops, design and pattern
6.1. Common needs.
6.2. Breaking down Tops: Collars and necklines, Front and back, Sleeves, armholes and cuffs, Lining and polishing, Pockets.
6.3. Outline and summary
7.2. Breaking down trousers: Waistband, Box, Legs and bottoms, Pockets, Polishes and linings
7.3. Outline and summary
7.4. Sitting pants + Men’s 5-pocket pattern
8.1. Common needs
8.2. Breaking down the outwear: Collars and hoods, Front and back, Sleeves, armholes and cuffs, Lining and polishing, Pockets
8.3. Outline and summary
9.2. Inclusive fasteners
10. Colour, patterns and graphics
10.1. Common requirements
10.2. Dressing guide, instructions
10.3. Colour perception. Prints
10.4. Graphics: letters, numbers and symbols. Labels
11.1. General challenges, frictions and pressures
11.3. Labels, brand logo and composition
12. Market and opportunity
12.1. Global data
12.2. Market value
13.1. User and buyer.
13.2. Communication: People, influencers, agencies, entities. Channels. Language. Physical shop. Online shop. Social networks
14. How to start
14.1. Method and Roadmap
14.2. Practical cases of garment design, use of the method and storytelling.
Tops, Trousers, Jacket.
14.3. Summary + worksheets
15.1. Messages from users + Final conclusions
14 downloadable PDF summaries of each module including:
1- Inclusive Design Summary.
2- The Diversity Synthesis.
3- All Abilities Synthesis.
4- Needs Synthesis. Outline of Functions
5- Inclusive Fabrics and Inclusive Performance Summary.
Diagram of generic needs of the tops.
Tops accessibility sheet.
Summary of solutions by themes. Collars and necklines, front and back, bottoms, sleeves, armholes, cuffs, linings and pockets.
Outline of generic trousers requirements.
Trousers accessibility sheet.
Summary of solutions by themes. Waistband, Box, Belt loops, Leg and bottom, Lining and Pockets.
7.2. Sittiing Pants
Sitting Pants solution synthesis. Considerations for making Sitting Pants.
Men’s 5-pocket trouser pattern in Adobe Illustrator and PDF.
8- Coats and Outerwear
Outline of generic needs for Coats.
Coats accessibility sheet. Considerations for making Coats inclusive.
Synthesis of solutions by themes. Collars and necklines, Front and back, Bottom, Sleeves, armholes, Cuffs, Lining and Pockets.
Outline of generic needs for fastenings.
Scheme of generic needs of Colour.
Outline of generic needs of the tailoring industry.
2 Market studies specialised in adapted fashion and disability. 2020 y 2021.
13- Marketing and sales
Summary of points to consider. Conclusions and solutions.
Essential sheet Inclusive fashion design encompassing the whole relationship between:
Challenges and needs of the 3 stakeholders ( Cognitive, Sensory and Physical).
With the 9 functions ( usability, autonomy, etc.)
With the 5 design processes (fabrics, colours, pattern making, etc).
Diagrams of needs and the 9 functions ( easy to read version)
Roadmap to establish accessibility in your collections. Method to analyse the evolution. Guide to create the storytelling of the inclusive garment.
Practical Exercise Book with fact sheets including:
1- Diversity exercise.
1- Experimental exercise with Skills.
1- Needs organisation exercise.
1- Materials exercise:
Includes 3 templates, 1 for tops, knitted and flat. 1 for trousers and 1 for coats.
1- Tops exercise.
1 Tops Accessibility Mood Board template, your basis for creating inclusive Tops.
1- Trousers exercise.
1 Accessibility Mood Board template for trousers, your basis for creating inclusive trousers.
1- Outerwear exercise.
1 Outerwear Accessibility Mood Board template, your basis for creating inclusive coats.
1- Fasteners exercise.
1 Accessibility Mood Board template for fasteners identifying by type of garment, tops, trousers and outerwear.
1- Colour exercise:
Creation of accessible colour chart using an online tool.
Guidance for redesigning Hang tags using an online tool.
1- Tailoring exercise:
Mood board of seams and finishes.
Redesigning tags, branding and composition.
1- Exercise using the Method for assessing and implementing accessibility.
Roadmap and storytelling creation.
+ A practical and easy method to learn how to evaluate, implement and analyse accessibility in your collections.
+ Our system helps you to make decisions on accessibility, you will know how to identify the solutions with the corresponding design process, detail the group of beneficiaries, assess the implementation costs, and create the storytelling of the inclusive garment.
+ You will be able to analyse the accessibility evolution of your designs.
+ You will have a kit of unique fashion accessibility factsheets and templates to help you in your inclusive design process, these include:
+ A roadmap that makes it easy to implement accessibility and inclusion in your collections, Your guide to how to get started.
+ Accessibility mood boards for establishing inclusive design solutions. Your guide to creating inclusive design.
+ Super valuable data sheets describing the needs of people with disabilities (sensory, physical and cognitive) detailed with the 9 design functionalities (tailoring, pattern making, fasteners, etc).
+ These fact sheets are the knowledge base of the main challenges of people with disabilities and fashion.
+ A document that saves research time, investment and gives you the knowledge you need to understand and develop inclusive fashion.
+ Downloadable summaries of each module, with outlines and conclusions.
+ List of 50 tools: resources and suppliers to effectively develop accessibility in your collections.
+ Specialised articles on Inclusive +10 fashion.
+ 1 year of unlimited access to all content.
+ 2 One-to-one mentoring sessions. 2 x 45min
+ Access to the Group Forum for discussion and questions. Our expert team will always answer your questions.
+ Certificate of achievement All Abilities Fashion.
= Saving time. In research on people with diversity and fashion.
= Acquire extensive knowledge about Fashion Accessibility.
= In-depth understanding about types of abilities and their needs versus fashion.
= Gain competences to implement and evaluate accessibility in fashion collections.
= Have tools, roadmaps and a practical methodology to apply accessibility in fashion.
= Achieve the skills for optimise challenges and apply solutions.
= Integrate inclusion into the design process without additional costs.
= At the end of the course you will have achieved:
Fabric analysis = Mood board of materials
Garment breakdown = Mood boards of accessibility solutions: tops, pants, outwear.
Closures study = Tops, pants and outwear panel.
Practice with online tools = Accessible colour chart = Accessible colour chart.
Label comparison = Label redesign: brand, hangtag, composition.
Inclusive fashion creation formula = Roadmap and implementation method.
Inclusive clothing storytelling creation system = Inclusive clothing storytelling system
= Obtain a global vision of the accessibility of our company: from the product to the sale.
= Stimulate innovation and creativity.
= Increase the competitiveness and value of the organisation.
= Increase the market.
TOTAL hours of dedication: 50h approx.
10h of video tutorials
30h of internal work
2h Reading articles
2-4h Review of list of resources
1’5h Individual counselling (2 x 45 min.)
1’5h Asesoría Individual ( 2 x 45 min)
Rut Turró: Founder of Movingmood: Training and consultancy in inclusive fashion.
21 years of experience working and researching accessibility in fashion. Consultant in social projects. Awarded with +7 grants in the EU. International collaborating teacher. Since 2016 she has been training companies and institutions in inclusive fashion. Currently, she also advises the EU on entrepreneurship projects for people with disabilities.
Nestor Aparicio: Maker, social entrepreneur and occupational therapist.
University Degree in Occupational Therapy. Member of the board of directors of COTEC, col.legi de terapeutas ocupaciones de Catalunya. Co-founder of Tangencial and university collaborator with 8 years of teaching experience.
Paz Sintes:Senior woman wear designer.
Degree in Fashion Design at EATM Barcelona. Extensive experience in buying and garment design management for multinationals with work in the EU, Russia and USA. Founder of the successful company Paz Sintes Textile Jewelry, Paz lives between New York and Barcelona.
Real cases of people with disabilities:
Mik Scarlet: Inclusive design consultant.
Sadriye Görece: Co founder Blind Look.
Marie Van Driessche: Interaction designer and accessibility specialist. ( with deafness )
Isaac Harvey: Most Influential Disabled People in the UK 2021 / President at Wheels and Wheelchairs / LinkedIn Creator / Video Editor
Patricia Santana: 1st model in a wheelchair to show at New York Fashion Week.
Francesc Granja: Founder of Tandem Team. MBA at ESADE. Former Commercial Director of Kellogg’s Spain and Portugal.
Ana Arija: 18 years working in a school, her height does not limit her.
Olga Rodriguez : Former photographer. Neuromuscular, losing strength day by day.
Maria Petit: No vision and works in a fashion company.
Frequently asked questions
Of course you will!
All Abilities Fashion Master is designed to make you an expert in inclusion and accessibility in fashion from start to finish. From design, to tailoring, to product sales and marketing.
We break down garments to give you a better understanding of the challenges. We provide solutions and give you a unique method to assess the accessibility of your collections, the Accessibility Mood Boards together with a roadmap to start designing Inclusive Fashion.
It is immediate! When you finish the purchase process, you will receive an email with the keys to enter our academy. The course you have chosen will be ready for you to start.
You have 1 year of unlimited access, so you can review the videos and course content as often as you like.
You can request the one-to-one sessions whenever you want!
Remember that you have 2 sessions of 45 minutes each included in the price, and a group forum within the Movingmood Academy platform.
We recommend you to order these sessions in the middle and at the end of the course.
The 1st session at the end of chapter 8 of Coats and with the Mood Boards done, so we can review doubts.
The 2nd session at the end of the course, so we can consolidate concepts and specific doubts you may have.
Of course you can!
If you want a more complete service and want to personalise your training, you can book your sessions by writing to [email protected]
We recommend that you write down any queries and doubts you may have during the course so that when we do the mentoring, it will be as effective as possible.
The Master All Abilities Fashion is available for companies, organisations and universities that want to train their team in Inclusive Fashion.
We have specific plans for groups. Contact us at [email protected] and we will tell you how to access the master for groups.
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