Design School Asia is a
ground-breaking institute that creates cultural, social and economic value with industry collaboration.
A collaborative relationship between DSA and industry who work together for the benefit of giving students placements, embedding employability, and preparing multi-professional designers for a rewarding career.
We are committed to broadening access to design education that supports students to achieve their aspirations though our online campus and industry co-op; because education should be without boundaries.
Our teaching and learning principles follow an interdisciplinary approach to design education through the lens of people, technology and organisation. We built this school for you. Not everyone, but for you.tings.
UX|UI digital transformation guided by the principles of Human Centered Design and imagination. Create remarkable experiences across strategy, design and technology to accelerate your career in Asia’s fastest-growing creative industry.
Make life better with creativity. A 15 hour foundation course from DSA that’s a great choice for students or school leavers to express themselves as a designer, or in preparation for applying to a degree course. Free to enrol, free to use, and free to remix for teachers.
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Making and Doing podcast
Graham Newman and his guests discuss how practice is responding to change, and how this change can foster cultural, economic and social benefit in South-East Asia. The three latest programs:
Dr Peerapat Chokesuwattanaskul discusses Thailand’s economy, how regulatory reform is enabling innovation, and technologies that are transforming the legal industry with Graham Newman.
Khun Tareef Jafferi discusses behavioural science for people engagement at work and on campus with Graham Newman.
Kickstart 2021 with Khun Vorathit ‘Tap’ Kruavanichkit, creative director and co-founder of Farmgroup, discussing the future of Bangkok communication design with Graham Newman.
News and events
For too long there has been a shortage of women and a lack of diversity in both computer science classrooms and in the workforce. AP Computer Science Principles, or AP CSP, was introduced by the College Board four years ago to change the invitation...
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic will continue to impact the manufacturing industry in both the short and long term, but smart businesses will continue to adapt by understanding current trends and their impacts.The Association of Equipment...
The recently published Thailand Digital Transformation Report from Deloitte recommends tax incentives should be offered to entrepreneurs in order to promote a more competitive tech-led innovation environment in Thailand, and that Thailand has seen...