eLab's Brave

Forging the new pioneers of design.

Let's change the world together!

Beyond the function, style, and emotional attitude of a product, good design offers us a new perspective on how we see the world. It connects us to a bigger reality, and causes us to live for a greater cause and be better custodians of the resources at our disposal. Through design, we can make the world better!

Apply for eLab's Brave

eLab’s Brave is a design fellowship created to forge the future pioneers of design. Like the mountain bikers, ocean divers and space explorers, these will be the Brave Ones, the explorers, the ones who, through design, will push the frontiers of creativity and problem-solving. They will be equipped with the right skills and belief systems to solve the world’s greatest problems.

eLab's Brave's eligibility illustration


  • We seek people with heart, passion and the zest to learn and effect sustainable change in their immediate environment and the world as a whole.
  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Application Process

To apply to Brave, you’ll complete a series of online and in-person assessments to help us understand your technical skills and values alignment. We are on the lookout for adventurers and dreamers with passion and potential.

You’ll first be required to complete an online application form to provide us with your bio-data.

Our online personality assessment is intended to measure your personality and values and how they align with ours.

You do not need any prior knowledge of design to be accepted into eLab’s Brave. Our skill assessments would only serve to help us understand the learning curve and velocity of most of our applicants.

This will further help us evaluate applicants’ technical as well as collaborative skills.

The final stage of the application process to ascertain that applicants have all it takes to begin their journey to becoming Brave fellows.

The beginning of applicants’ journey to become brave fellows and pioneers of the future of design.

Are you Brave?!