Design: Creative Handcraft in Society
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University of Pennsylvania
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Karl T. Ulrich
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Course Goals
This is a course aimed at making you a better designer. 
The course marries theory and practice, as both are valuable in improving design performance.
Lectures and readings will lay out the fundamental concepts that underpin design as a human activity. 
Weekly design challenges test your ability to apply those ideas to solve real problems. 
The course is deliberately broad - spanning all domains of design, including architecture, graphics, services, apparel, engineered goods, and products. 
The emphasis of the course is the basic design process: define, explore, select, and refine. 
You, the student, bring to the course your particular interests and expertise related to, for instance, engineering, furniture, fashion, architecture, or products. 
In prior sessions of the course about half of the participants were novices and about half had prior professional design expertise. 
Both groups seem to benefit substantially from the course. 
All project work is evaluated by your peers -- and indeed, you will also be a peer reviewer. 
This format allows you to see an interesting collection of projects while getting useful feedback on your own project.

Course Syllebus
1: Introduction to Design
2: Customer Needs and Drawing Solutions
3: Design Concepts
4: Concept Selection and Prototyping
5: Aesthetics
6: Final Project Submission
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