IDEO.org’s Free Design Course on Prototyping Starts Today

A quick fyi: IDEO.org, the non-profit arm of the famous California design firm IDEO, is launching a free 4-week course on Prototyping.

As you might recall, we featured several months back A Crash Course in Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. If that piqued your interest in design and design thinking, then IDEO.org's course might hold appeal.

Design Kit: Prototyping will help you learn how to build prototypes in "a low-cost and risk-averse way to get your ideas into the hands of the people you're trying to change." Running from March 12 through April 17, the course will teach you best practices for prototyping products, services, interactions, and environments.

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