*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 on cutting edge topics?
Take a pop-up class at the d.school! Pop-ups range from weekend workshops to multi-week intensive design projects in a variety of subjects.
Applications for pop-up classes are through a common application, which you can find here: http://bit.ly/popappspring2014
Click on the links below to find out more information about each class:
21st Century Schools Challenge
A d.school Sampler
Agile Feds: A Design Sprint
Building Innovative Brands
The Decay of Digital Things
Design for the Weary
Designing Your Leadership Legacy
d.nature: Exploration in Biologically Inspired Design
EngagED: Redesigning the Classroom Experience
From Maps to Meaning
The Future of Participation: Games, Storytelling, Music
Get Smart: Making Complicated Information Simple
Giving Tuesdays for #GivingTuesday
Parks, Plazas, Public Spaces: Designing for Communities at Play
Redesigning Criminal Justice
The River of Life: Designing for Flow
You can download a full calendar/schedule of pop-up classes here.