What will I learn?

Overview

What do the Table of Elements, the first IBM computer, and the novel Lolita have in common? Before they were icons of human achievement, they were card decks. Card decks are powerful tools that designers use for pattern finding, diagnosing complex issues, and exploring new approaches. In this pop-out you’ll learn the methodology underlying card deck design, test out different types of decks, and create a card deck tool to share with the world.

Teaching Team

Emily Tsiang, Life Design Lab, Stanford
Stephanie Gioia, Editor, deckaholic.com, Director of Consulting, XPLANE
Nadia Gathers, GitHub

FAQs

Any questions?

Questions

etsiang@stanford.edu

Details

  • Winter 2018
  • No Credit
  • Thursday, January 18, 5-8p

  • Friday, January 19, 9a-4p

  • Downtown Palo Alto

Apply

Apply by Friday, Dec 8

CLASS SIZE: 20

Open to Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Fellows and Post-Docs

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