This page is a guide for viewing and listening to a recording of a webinar hosted by Design Skillnet in collaboration with the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) and the Centre for Excellence in Universal Design (CEUD) at the National Disability Authority (NDA) on the 29th November 2021.

The one hour video of the webinar includes captions, Irish Sign Language (ISL) and is divided into chapters identified below.

Find the full webinar at: A Universal Design for All approach: Methods for a Culture of Co-Design.

Chapter 1: Welcome and Housekeeping: Niamh O’ Shaughnessy (Learning and Development Network Manager, Design Skillnet)

Chapter 2: Universal Design Approach, Sustainable Development Goals, and I.S. EN 17161:2019 standard Early Adopters: Ger Craddock (Chief Officer, CEUD)

Chapter 3: NDA on Universal Design and introduction to I.S. EN 17161 Early Adopter ALONE: Dr. Aideen Hartney (Director of NDA)

Chapter 4: ALONE on integrating I.S. EN 17161 into its design activities in a project to improve services for older people and using it as a framework for their whole organisation: Seán Moynihan (CEO, ALONE)

Chapter 5: The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI), Accessibility moving from optional to required, the European Accessibility Act and introduction to I.S. EN 17161 Early Adopter Dolmen Design & Innovation: Geraldine Larkin (CEO, NSAI)

Chapter 6: Dolmen Design & Innovation on I.S. EN 17161 in the development of their product, REVO: Ronan Murphy (Senior Designer, Dolmen Design & Innovation)

Chapter 7: Methods for a Culture of Co-Design and presentation of her Generative Design Method Cards: Prof. Liz Sanders (Ohio State University)

Chapter 8: Universal Design and its importance to IDI and Q&A discussions: Charlotte Barker (CEO, IDI)

Related Information

Liz Sanders Method Cards were used in a project by The Big Idea in collaboration with CEUDs Products and Services team to develop the Creativity Card Kit.