DES 3351: Phenomenon of Everyday Design

3 Credits

Examines the growing fascination with design in everyday life. From Target to IKEA, from TIME magazine to the New York Times Sunday supplement, interest in the designer and designed object are permeating popular culture. Implications of this phenomenon in the present and historical precedents for the \"design in everyday life\" concept.

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