Master of inclusive design and management


60h Dedication

12h hours video tutorial

60 materials for download

9 cases with disability

3 experts in inclusive design, therapist and senior designer

100% Online

English with subtitles in English

Impulse your career as an inclusive designer with this pioneering Master’s program in accessible fashion. Integrate inclusivity into collections that work for all bodies.

What will I learn in this course?

Learn how to evaluate garments (tops, trousers, and coats) on their functionality and inclusivity, specifically focusing on people with cognitive, sensory, and physical disabilities.

Learn how to design universally accessible clothing, looking at creative solutions in aspects like fastenings, materials, colours, necklines, waistlines, sleeves, pockets, fit, etc.

Gain confidence in making accessible design decisions, understand the problems of affected groups, evaluate implementation costs, craft storytelling for inclusive garments, and gain a global marketing vision.

Create moodboards to analyse materials and functions, identify accessible fashion solutions, and define an appropriate design process to bring the inclusive solutions to life.

Gain competitive skills in the market of inclusive design. Open the door to leadership roles within fashion, introduce innovation, and lead industry change in making fashion more accessible to all.

Receive two 45-minute personalised mentoring sessions, access to the group forum, downloadable summaries of each module, technical sheets, roadmaps, supplier lists, and moodboard templates.

Course contents and materials


1. Introduction to Inclusive Design

  • 1.1. Introduction
  • 1.2. From accessibility, to universal design, to inclusive design
  • 1.3. Examples + summary

2. Human diversity

  • 2.1. Designing for the majority?
  • 2.2. Testimonials
  • 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. Needs

  • 4.1. Classification process: need, function, design.
  • 4.2. Description, fashion and functionality.
  • 4.3. Needs by groups, cognitive, sensory and physical.
  • 4.4. Summary


5. Fabrics and materials

  • 5.1. Common needs
  • 5.2. Fabrics
  • 5.3. Additional performance
  • 5.4. Summary


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. Trousers

  • 7.1.Common needs
  • 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. Outwear 

  • 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. Fasteners

  • 9.1. Requirements
  • 9.2. Inclusive fasteners
  • 9.3. Summary

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
  • 10.5. Summary


11. Tailoring  

  • 11.1. General challenges, frictions and pressures
  • 11.2. Seams
  • 11.3. Labels, brand logo and composition
  • 11.4. Summary


12. Market and opportunity 

  • 12.1. Global data
  • 12.2. Market value
  • 12.3. Opportunity

13. Comunication

  • 13.1. User and buyer.
  • 13.2. Communication: People, influencers, agencies, entities. Channels. Language. Physical shop. Online shop. Social networks
  • 13.3. Summary


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. Final conclusions 

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.

6- Tops

  • 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.

7- Trousers

  • 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.

9- Fastenings

  • Outline of generic needs for fastenings.
  • Conclusions solutions.

10- Colour

  • Scheme of generic needs of Colour.
  • Conclusions solutions.

11- Manufacturing

  • Outline of generic needs of the tailoring industry.
  • Conclusions solutions.

12- Market

  • 2 Market studies specialised in adapted fashion and disability. 2020 y 2021.

13- Marketing and sales

  • Summary of points to consider. Conclusions and solutions.

14- Method

  • Essential sheet Inclusive fashion design
  • Challenges and needs of the 3 stakeholders ( Cognitive, Sensory and Physical)
  • 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.

1- Roadmap and storytelling creation.

+ A practical and easy method to learn how to evaluate, implement and analyse accessibility in your collections.

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). 

Downloadable summaries of each module, with outlines and conclusions.

Specialised articles on Inclusive fashion +20 fashion.

1 year of unlimited access to all content.

2 Individual 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: 60h approx.

12h Video tutorials 

35h Exercise work and implementation 

2h Reading articles

3h Review of summaries and downloadable materials

1’5h Individual mentoring session (2 x 45 min.)

Meet the team

Imagen de Rut Turró sonriendo con gafas

Rut Turró
Inclusive fashion expert

Moving team Nestor Aparicio

Nestor Aparicio
Occupational therapist. Maker

Paz Sintes

Paz Sintes
Senior woman wear designer. 

Sadriye Görece

Sadriye Görece
Co founder Blind Look

Moving team Francesc Granja

Francesc Granja
Founder of Tandem Team

Marie Van Driessche

Marie Van Driessche
Interaction designer, accessibility specialist with deafness.

Ana Arija

Ana Arija
18 years working in a school, her height does not limit her. 

Spanish with english subtitles

Isaac Harvey

Isaac Harvey
Most Influential Disabled People in the UK 2021

Moving team Maria Petit

Maria Petit
No vision and works in a fashion company.

Spanish with english subtitles

Moving team Mik Scarlet

Mik Scarlet
Inclusive design consultant

Moving team Patricia Santana

Patricia Santana
1st model in a wheelchair at New York Fashion Week.

Spanish with english subtitles

Olga Rodriguez

Olga Rodriguez
Photographer. Neuromuscular, losing strength day by day.

Spanish with english subtitles


Once you make the payment, access to the course is immediate. You will receive an email with details to access the material through our online academy portal. You will have unlimited access to the course for one year. You are encouraged to go through the course as many times as you want within this time period.

Yes, you can request individual mentoring sessions to receive feedback on your mood boards, resolve doubts, and create your own personalised action plan in inclusive fashion. Keep a record of any points of discussion throughout the course and reserve a session any time via email at [email protected].

There are several payment methods you can use to pay for your course.

  • Credit/ debit card – We accept Visa and Mastercard through our bank’s secure payment portal. Card payments have no additional charge and we don’t save your secure information.
  • PayPal – This method is safe and secure, however PayPal charges an additional commission of 3.4% per transaction.
  • Bank transfer – After completing the purchase at the checkout, you will securely receive our bank details. Transfers bear no additional costs. Your place will be confirmed once we receive the transfer.

Yes, the master’s course is available for companies, organisations, and universities looking for group training in inclusivity. Send us an email at [email protected] to sign up for one of our group plans.

No, the course content is strictly for individual use and may not be shared with third parties without explicit permission. Their dissemination, reproduction, sale, distribution or commercial use (with or without profit) is totally prohibited. 

All text, videos, tutorials, images, graphics, etc. are intellectual property of Moving Mood owner, Rut Turró and are subject to author rights.

Under no circumstances will these rights be transmitted or assigned without prior, explicit and written consent.

Specifically, the contents of this course may not be reproduced, disseminated, sold, distributed or used for commercial purposes. Especially, in relation to all videos recorded and published, any distribution with or without profit motive of said videos by any means (web, blog, app, TV, etc.) will be prohibited.

The course is in English with subtitles in English.