"Designing for People" (Course 2.97) is a two-week introduction to design course that focuses on how people "factor in the equation" when figuring out what problems to solve.
Over the course of Independent Activities Period, students have worked on a wide spectrum of design projects ranging from user-interface design to environmentally friendly take-out food packaging. Their final projects will be on display in Lobby 7 starting at noon today, Friday, Jan. 22.
Come by to chat with the students about what they learned in the class. To learn more, visit http://web.mit.edu/ideation/2.97/.