How Design Networks Help the World to Learn About Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (DOTS)
Design networks are a new way to bring together design students from across the globe to collaborate on an engaging project.
They are used by governments, private organizations, and even the world’s largest technology companies to build digital infrastructure, and they are also a way for universities to foster collaboration on a wide range of academic topics.
Design networks have been used for decades to teach students about the world around them and the connections they have with one another.
But the tools that designers have been able to create and connect to are still very new, and there are still many challenges to overcome before these networks can be widely adopted.
Learn more about designing networks and how to connect them to your own research project.