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Quiz The Specialists

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13:15 PM | 1 April 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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People with autism perform better than most in certain areas so students Tammes Bernstein &
Mads Haugsted created a tool to help show off the talents of those with autism.

The Specialists is an organisation that helps find suitable jobs for people with autism. People with autism perform better than most in certain areas so these students created a tool that show this off to employers. Employers are challenged to complete tasks and can then compare how well they did compared to autistic specialists.

Believe it or not, this award winning project was created in less than 24 hours.


Credits

Creatives: Tammes Bernstein & Mads Haugsted
Awards: Creative Circle Awards 2013 - Digital, Winner

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