“Respect Me” is a design show about female empowerment.
Women are historically disrespected. As a result they’re paid less, underrepresented in almost every industry, subject to harassment, & not guaranteed reproductive rights. Why are they systematically undervalued? We challenged designers to pick an issue they’re passionate about & address it.
Come so you can:
– beta test a new sexual harassment reporting app concept
– try on defensive clothing that triggers when personal space is invaded
– learn about a new concept for a stigma-free Birth Control Pill
– get inspired by a service that helps women pop the question before men
+ many more product concepts
The show features 30 creations by a collective of global designers. Check out the list of included designers & work here. Work ranges from market-ready products to futuristic product concepts.
There will be demos at the opening party.
May 11-13, 2018
Part of NYC Design Week, Open:
16 Orchard Street
We’ve partnered with the Chinatown Soup Gallery to bring the show to life. Our 5th annual show in the Lower East side, goin’ strong.
New Product Concepts
Like this stigma-free Birth Control Pill concept called “Solace” by Colleen Schikowski & Jenny Yoo
Opening Night Party
Join us May 11, 6:30PM ’til late.
We’re kicking off with a panel about #inclusivityfails. Hosted by Krystal Persaud, Grouphug founder & Director of Product Design at littleBits. She’ll lead a discussion with 4 female design industry leaders. From pink pens to bad-at-math Barbie, why do so many companies get women wrong?