UAE’s largest student design competition,nbsp;project design space, goes global


Mohammad Abdullah, President of DIDI, said: “Project Design Space has grown in participation year-on-year in line with student demand for design-related careers. Now in its fifth year, this learning platform helps the next generation of talent use design thinking to solve real business challenges. This year’s design briefs are exciting, creative and far from simplistic; solving them will require critical thinking, collaboration and complex problem solving – skills young people must develop if they are to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”He added: “Our past competitions have resulted in some of the most brilliant conceptual work, which stands as a testimony to the UAE’s excellent academic credentials. DIDI is committed to future-proofing talent, and with Project Design Space going global, we see great potential to encourage young people from around the world to raise the bar for creativity and innovation.”DIDI’s Project Design Space sets itself apart from other innovation programmes by offering student an opportunity to work on more...