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She specifically addressed their fem-care product line and possible designs that would work better for women in wheelchairs.
Turns out the design solutions that she offered would also be a better for women with arthritis, one arm, or even a broken arm.
But I say, do something different, look at the populations that aren’t yet designed for.” She’s not a proponent of clothes and products specially designed for people with disabilities, but rather for creating design solutions that are more universally viable.” and “Who’s going to desire me sexually when my body is so different from the norm? Her practice with her clients is largely informed by her own dating experiences.“A lot of dating problems are universal,” she explains.On an industry-wide basis, Danielle is changing the way designers think about product design.In a recent talk she gave at Parsons School of Design, she discussed disability and the concept of universal design.