Design for Disability | Pop-up shop

The Design for Disability Pop-Up was a five day, disability-led product design event at PemPeople Pop-Up Shop, London, led by designer Jessica Ryan-Ndegwa.

It took the form of an open space devoted to product designers who wanted to explore and experiment with how to design everyday products for disabled people.
Design for Disability wants to bring together designers and makers of varying disciplines, disabled people, and creative and medical professionals in joint collaboration, production and design for disability.
Jessica's designs were on display all week, and the space was open for everyone to attend, but particularly aimed at product designers, who were able to access the Pop-Up as a work space throughout the five days, as well as take advantage of workshops, chats, collaborations and exchanges.

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Jessica Ryan-Ndegwa

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Design for Disability
A platform that discusses and embraces inclusivity in design
Jessica Ryan-Ndegwa
Product Designer and Blogger
URBAN MBA
Founder