Making Sense of Design Justice and Ethics



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In this talk, we’ll tackle ‘Design justice’ as an approach to design that challenges the status quo and in parallel examine why ethics is part of our job as creators—inviting us to reexamine how might we create better futures through design and tech.

Cedric Lee is a UX Researcher at PayMongo, a Filipino company that helps Filipino businesses grow inclusively through financial technology. Previously, he led the User Experience team at Cambridge University Press. Cedric is also taking his Master’s in Communication Major in Media Studies at De La Salle University, where his research interests revolve around the intersections of critical design and tech. Learn more about Cedric through his website, Twitter, and Linkedin.


​The Developh Camp Fellowship gathers ambitious creators invested in using technology to solve local problems. We're a collective of mission-driven technologists educating, researching, designing, and building experiences for social good in Southeast Asia together, and cultivate a lifelong community in the process.

Events hosted for the Developh Camp Fellowship are open to the public, unless otherwise stated. Come join the community and create with us.

​The event will take place on the Developh Zoom.


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