NOC:Understanding Design


Lecture 1 - An Introduction to Design


Lecture 2 - The many notions of design


Lecture 3 - Design as a process and a product


Lecture 4 - The evolution of design


Lecture 5 - Design engages with many disciplines


Lecture 6 - Design is concerned with the user


Lecture 7 - Good design, bad design


Lecture 8 - Users and Contexts


Lecture 9 - Multiple users, differing contexts


Lecture 10 - Understanding user experience


Lecture 11 - Design for a meaningful impact


Lecture 12 - Design and Society


Lecture 13 - Community and Collaboration


Lecture 14 - Understanding Contexts


Lecture 15 - Knowledge and Access


Lecture 16 - Meeting Needs: Necessity or Luxury?


Lecture 17 - Function, Context and Consequences


Lecture 18 - Design and Sustainability


Lecture 19 - The cost of looking the other way


Lecture 20 - Sustainability practices in daily life


Lecture 21 - The perspective of engineering


Lecture 22 - Understanding embodied energy


Lecture 23 - The user’s role in sustainability


Lecture 24 - Framing the world’s future


Lecture 25 - Design and industry


Lecture 26 - Understanding varied user needs


Lecture 27 - Success through new materials and manufacturing


Lecture 28 - Pushing the boundaries of mass production


Lecture 29 - A Classic chair for all times


Lecture 30 - Breaking familiar assumptions


Lecture 31 - Design and Collaboration


Lecture 32 - Team work


Lecture 33 - Collaborating with unlikely partners


Lecture 34 - Principles of collaboration


Lecture 35 - Design thinking


Lecture 36 - Feedback and assessment


Lecture 37 - Innovation by Design


Lecture 38 - Facilitating the reach of a traditional craft


Lecture 39 - Pitfalls of innovation


Lecture 40 - The seven concerns of innovation


Lecture 41 - From a concern to a palki


Lecture 42 - A little design goes a long way