I make 4 my city : The “adopt a sport” site

 

Project
The “adopt a sport” site

FabLab coh@bit - Bordeaux  

A collaborative site to bring together disabled and non-disabled people to play sport together. Finding local adapted sport to encourage sport diversity!

Who & what?
4 young jobseekers aged 20 to 25 sharing their respective skills and the resources available at the Solidarity FabLab, to develop their idea of a site aimed at promoting diverse sport between the disabled and non-disabled.

Why?
To bring together disabled and non-disabled people who want to play sport locally, to suggest rules which are simplified and/or adapted to disabilities; to identify adapted facilities on a regional map; to create a forum for exchanges and to provide information on future sport events.

How?
The software programming has allowed a site structure to be created with different tabs and choices: search by sport and/or disability, access the rules of each sport, suggest new rules which are better adapted to the disability, etc. The 100% digital motion design video, 3D animation and typography special effects created by one of the young people has given a style and identity to the site: sketches, images, sequences, an ending.

 

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