*pop-up class |ˈpɑp ˌəp klas| noun: cutting edge, short elective classes and workshops taught at Stanford d.school.
Are you a Stanford student and can’t wait to dig into design thinking? Are you excited about the d.school, but can’t commit to a full-quarter class? Are you fired up by working on projects in cutting edge topics?
Take a pop-up class at the d.school! Pop-ups range from weekend workshops to two week intensive design projects in a variety of subjects.
Applications for pop-up classes are due March 15. You can apply here.
Click on the links below to find out more information about each class:
Bridging the Technology/Customer Divide in Big Data
Design Thinking Tonic – First Shot: People & Spaces
Designing Life, Essentially
Flail or Flourish: The SuperPower of Resilience
How To Be a Cyborg
Improv and Design
Interactions with a Human Touch
Subjective Obsessive Beauty: Amplifying Your Creative Practice
The Consumer Mind and Behavior Design
Where Did You Go, Olympia Snowe?
You can download a full calendar/schedule of pop-up classes here.