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Katie Ellis, The Able Label

Katie Ellis has shared both her expertise in accessible clothing and her start up journey with our Designing for the Future students. Katie began as a buyer for fashion retailers White Stuff  before starting her own label, The Able Label. The result of extensive user research, The Able Label is pioneering accessible clothing for

DFF Winner talks about designing for stroke patients

  Martyna Konopka won this year's Designing for the Future Competition run by The Future Perfect Company and the University of Brighton.  Here she talks about the inspiration and research behind her award winning Dzbanek jug design which incorporates rehabilitation into everyday living . It is common to think that life affected by an accident

Stroke Rehabilitation Jug wins Designing for the Future

  A jug designed for stroke patients which incorporates rehabilitation into everyday lives has won this year’s prestigious “Designing for the Future” Competition at the University of Brighton. “Designing for the Future” run by The Future Perfect Company in conjunction with the University of Brighton encourages student designers to think about the challenges and