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Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society

Coursera · University of Pennsylvania · 3 HN citations

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 ...

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Jan 04, 2015 rndn on Ask HN: Recommendations for learning design (UI/UX)?

And, finally, if you want to do some usability experiments and testing:

May 19, 2014 fhars on Ask HN: I have a hardware product idea, how do I make it happen?
The answers to your questions are someone who knows, yes, and it depends.

There is some information on that in the last week of but if it applies to your idea depends on your idea.

Sep 10, 2012 reyan on Stanford announces 16 free online courses for fall quarter
There is a Coursera course on design from UPenn (starting Oct 22):
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