Training programs in inclusive fashion and design

MovingMood training on inclusive fashion



We organise training sessions, talks, and workshops to keep your whole organisation up to date and market-competitive.


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For design teams and companies
Transformational programs in inclusive design and accessibility for design teams and companies.
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Independent professionals
Online training in Inclusive Fashion Design and Accessibility.
Learn at your own pace.
Available 24/7.
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For organisations, universities and institutions.
Inspirational conferences and masterclasses on Inclusive Design and Accessibility.
Inspire your team to design inclusion!
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For groups and teams
Impactful workshops and experiences.
Product co-design.
Accessibility hackathons.
Live and experience disability.


  • Reach a wider customer base. 1.2 billion people.
  • Improve decision-making and the design of competitive solutions.
  • Optimizing the end result.
  • Achieve and maintain greater employee engagement.
  • Foster creativity and empathy.
  • Create social value and social impact.
  • Gain competitiveness and differentiation.


This hybrid training provides a combination of theoretical and practical learning to develop, implement, and retain knowledge.
Step 1: Understanding disability and its impact.

A first approach to inclusive design and diversity in fashion.
Understanding inclusion: From accessibility to universal design to inclusive design.
Diversity: differentiation by age, culture, gender, and ability.

Understanding disability and its global impact.
What are abilities?
Cognitive, physical, and sensory limitations.
Permanent, temporary, and situational limitations.

The keys to designing inclusive fashion.
Uncover generic needs and their classification in the design process.

Step 2: The design of inclusive garments.


Materials: Accessibility in textiles.
Identifying common challenges and needs.
Foundations of fabric accessibility.
Additional features


Tops: Designing inclusive upper garments.
Identification of common challenges and needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown: Collars and necklines, Front and back, Sleeves, armholes and cuffs, Lining and polishing, Pockets.

Identification of common challenges and needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown: Waist, Rise, Legs and hems, Pockets, Finishes and linings.
Sitting pants: Trousers for wheelchair users.

Common needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown: Collars and hoods, Front and back, Sleeves, armholes, and cuffs, Linings and finishes, Pockets.

Underwear and beachwear
Common needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown.

Common needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown.

Bags, handbags and accessories
Common needs.
Holistic accessibility analysis, solution breakdown.

Step 3: Accessories and production.

Identification of common challenges and needs.
Inclusive fastening analysis.
Challenges and solutions.

Accessibility of color, patterns, and graphics.
Identification of common challenges and needs.
Color and pattern perception.
Graphics: letters, numbers, and symbols.

Production and manufacture of inclusive garments.
Identification of challenges and common needs.
General challenges, friction, and pressure.
Labels, brand logos, and composition.

Step 4: Consolidate

Accessibility analysis method for a garment.
Application with the Method: Function – Design – Person.
Practical cases. Examples of accessibility analysis for three garments: Top, trousers, and jacket.

Consolidation: Design and evaluation of inclusive garments.

Step 5: Marketing and go to market

Market and opportunity.
Global data. Market value. Opportunity.

User and buyer.

  • Individuals, influencers, agencies, entities.
  • Language
  • Physical shop
  • Digital accessibility: online shop, social networks
  • Sales channels
  • To companies and professionals in fashion, sports, children’s, and marketplace industries seeking to differentiate themselves in the market by incorporating accessibility and inclusive design into their innovation and sustainability strategy.
  • Acquire the methodological competence in inclusive design necessary to create, interpret, and evaluate products.
  • Understand the needs of people with disabilities in relation to fashion, including sensory, physical, and cognitive aspects.
  • Comprehend where the challenges lie and how we can enhance them to expand our market without creating a specific clothing collection.
  • Identify accessibility features by analyzing your own collections, using panels and visual tools that we will provide.
  • Integrate inclusion into the design process without additional costs.
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of your company’s accessibility, from product to sales.
  • Stimulate innovation and creativity in design teams.
  • Increase competitiveness and the organization’s value.
  • Upon completing the training, design teams will be capable of analyzing the accessibility of their collections and integrating accessibility into all design processes, from fabrics and fastenings to patterns, seams, colors, and patterns.
  • Accessibility tools for effectively implementing accessibility in your collections.
  • Technical sheets and templates specialized in fashion accessibility.
  • Mood boards for inclusive solutions, garments, and accessories in your collections.
  • A practical method that simplifies the evaluation and implementation of accessibility in your inclusive designs.
  • Skills to develop inclusive designs without creating clothing lines tailored to people with disabilities.
  • Theory and practical training through in-person sessions, Zoom, or e-learning.
  • Reinforcement of theory via e-learning.
  • Supporting documentation.
  • Practical cases of inclusive garment design.
  • 7 testimonials from individuals with disabilities.
  • Implementation through Zoom, including the creation of Moodboards.
  • Personalized support throughout the entire process.
  • Certificate of achievement.

Training sessions


Reimagine textile.

IED: Madrid Circular.

Frequently asked questions

1. What does the training in accessibility and inclusion bring to my team?

The training teaches them to design inclusive garments by incorporating accessibility into their collections, without the need to create an adapted clothing line. They learn accessibility tools, how to assess the accessibility of their collections, and how to implement it effectively.

2. Is the training personalized?

Before the start of any training process, we conduct a working session with the organization. We identify the needs, objectives, and challenges of the team. Based on these parameters, the training content is personalized. The format is flexible, offering options for 100% in-person, video conferencing (Zoom), and e-learning.

3. Do I have to purchase the complete training?

No, you can acquire the complete training or just the stages you need.

4. Can the training be funded through FUNDAE?

Training in any format is 100% eligible for reimbursement in Spain.

5. Why MovingMood?

The challenge that design teams face isn’t just about accessibility training; it’s about changing their working methods and acquiring new habits to transition from traditional design to inclusive design. This shift equips them to solve real challenges using their knowledge and creativity, ultimately gaining a competitive edge and a strong market position.

Online courses


“We got to know Movingmood through a sustainable fashion company. They helped us enhance our best sellers, the dresses, making them more inclusive, with minimal impact on costs and patterns.”

Susana Herrador, Founder and Designer at Touchemoa, Barcelona.

“Movingmood helped me expand my knowledge about materials and the placement of certain adaptive elements. With their expertise and guidance, I’ve been able to design an inclusive collection that addresses the needs of individuals, with the hope that more fashion brands will do the same.”

Claire Louise Thorn, Founder and Designer at Claire Louise Thorn. London, UK

“A conversation with Rut made me aware that the path was integrating certain aspects into the overall production, rather than recommending the creation of an exclusive collection that would separate them from the rest of society. Taking Rut’s proposed course has helped me discover new ideas, organize my thoughts, and put them into practice.”

Núria Membrives, CEO Segueix-me el fil. Barcelona.

“Working with Rut was an absolute pleasure. I highly recommend this training if you want to gain a different perspective from individuals with real-life experiences in accessibility.”

Kat Paylor-Bent, CEO Seated Sewing, UK.

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