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Udacity Launches New Design Course: The Design of Everyday Things

Udacity has been slowly unveiling it’s new set of courses, and today they opened up a new non-technical course: The Design of Everyday Things. The premise is simple enough: a course designed to make you look at the design of things you see and use everyday, as a way to make you understand how critical design is to the usefulness of things.

The course is 16 hours of video instruction, and I’ll definitely post a review once I have time to go through it. If anyone else takes a look, please post your feedback here.

Update 1/25/14: I have posted my review here.

 

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