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  • Adaptive Underwear Collection

    Adaptive Underwear Collection

    High Street retail company Primark has launched a new collection of lingerie to help people who may have difficulty using ‘normal’ fastenings and fabrics. They say that each piece has been carefully co-designed with technical specialists, disability advocates and disabled people.

  • Wheelchair Buggy's A Winner

    Wheelchair Buggy's A Winner

    A state-of-the-art buggy which fixes to wheelchairs, designed by Sheffield Hallam University student,Tom Baker, has won a major design competition. Bolt Burdon Kemp’s ‘Design the Change’ Competition raises awareness of the day-to-day challenges facing people with spinal cord injuries.

  • Free Digital Creativity Workshops For People with Austism

    Taking place on Friday this and next week at Access Space in Sheffield city centre these workshops are suitable for different levels of ability and will be talking about designing, leading on to laser cutting/engraving to make designs in paper, wood or plastic.

  • Social Work England Design Survey

    Social Work England have announced the appointment of Hemingway Design to develop their visual identity and communicate their mission.As part of the ‘design and build phase’ you can help to shape Social Work England’s identity as a new modern regulator for the social work profession by completing an online questionnaire.

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