Ryan Mario Yasin
The GID programme arms its students with grit without minimising imagination. My cohort in 2017 was made of experts in different fields. Being surrounded by inspiring peers with different approaches and perspectives helped each of us build the internal tools that we needed to cope with whatever challenges we were going to face in the future.
Petit Pli – my 2017 GID thesis project, has evolved into a fierce young company of committed researchers, designers & engineers sharing a common goal to inspire better consumption behaviours in the future of humanity through innovative designs.
My training during GID allowed me to build a minimum viable product of Petit Pli as well as an impactful vision.