Design for social impact: designing products for underprivileged groups

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Our speaker for May is IHan Cheng, who will share her experience in designing products for underprivileged groups, such as smallholder farmers in Malawi, unbanked/underbanked people in Rwanda and parents with young children in Ghana and Nigeria.

Through case studies, she will reflect on learnings from conducting design research, collaborating with multiple organizations, and refining products through continuous iteration.


The event layout is super chill. Its a monthly hangout where we start the talks at 6pm (talks are in a variety of areas) and usually last an hour or so. We usually have one main talk (30-45 min) and one or two lightning talks (10-15 minutes).

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