Community Call 005 - Windbreaker DIY: Hood Co-Design and Participative Translation
Time & Location
About the Event
Following their first zero waste pattern release, ZWDO Collective is inviting makers from across the globe to discuss general feedbacks, DIY translation and hood co-creation.
ZWDO Cofounder Mylène L’Orguilloux who was initially in charge of the DIY development of this pattern adapted the industrial version from Kiabi into a version accessible to home-makers and sewers with an emphasis on size inclusivity and language accessibility. Through this call, we hope to further its accessibility by gathering your feedback and insights on the pattern. Together we will explore how to improve it before releasing the final open source version to the zero waste community.
As well as discussing general feedback, we are hoping to translate the pattern in different languages to increase its reach to our global audience, and to start a co-creation session to design a hood. Anybody interested in contributing or just listening and learning is welcome to join. We will work on these activities together using an interactive Miro board to explore our thoughts and potential design solutions.
ZWDO Community Calls aim to build a strong and thriving zero waste community online. They provide a space to connect, share and discuss current topics with inspiring individuals from across the world, while fostering new opportunities for learning and developing relationships and connections. Through open discussion we increase access to new knowledge, ideas, networks, and ways of thinking.
If you have any accessibility needs please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Free Access€0€00€0
- Coffee Access€2€20€0