Sabrina Rufino has a degree in Design from the University of Aveiro, she is currently finishing her master’s degree in Product Design at ESAD CR. and starting a master’s degree in Design for Health and Well-being. After finishing her degree she worked as a product design intern at the Irish company WASP where she could explore the capabilities of additive manufacturing using 3D printing. She has a research scholarship from LIDA – Laboratório de Investigação de Design e Arte and ciTechCare – Center for Innovative Care and Health Technology in the co-design for Independence and GRASPon projects. Her interests lie in rapid prototyping methods, inclusive design, and the relationship between design and quality of life for people with disabilities.