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Design justice is a network design framework developed by design practitioners in London that aims to help designers make network design easier and more accessible for those new to the field.

Design justice’s main aim is to make design more accessible to those new and experienced designers, who might be intimidated by the process. 

Design justice also aims to make network designs more accessible, so that network designers can understand what works and what doesn’t, and be able to share ideas and resources on the internet, in the media and in meetings. 

The project aims to reduce network design barriers and improve the accessibility of new designers and developers by simplifying the design process, including by making network design easy. 

A network design course on design justice is now open to designers and development teams. 

Find out more about Design Justice from the website.