From Sharjah to Beirut, design curricula is a challenge in the age of digital revolution within the context of Globalization. It’s vital to analyze this practice and device means to integrate Arabic concepts, content, and compositions through design projects. Design students obtain the basics to become typography designers through practice. The Kufic Script is recognized for its dichotomy of shapes, simple to complex forms, motifs, and letters. Its playful grid structure is traditional, yet open to trendy explorations and experimentations. Adopting the Kufic Script bridges gaps retrospectively; looking at the past, applying it to the present, and reflecting into the future. The purpose of this presentation is to understand the origins of the script, utilize it as a contemporary regional motif, and further develop it for other possible applications.