Shaping cities, buildings and objects to exploit the potentials of inevitable technological change is an important path to transform the world where we live. This class will lead students through a complete design thinking cycle (empathizing, reframing, ideation, prototyping, testing, proposing) focused on proposing potentially real entities, products, services, structures, activities, or widely acceptable changes to policy for the adoption of new technology.
Please note this course is not being offered in Fall 2017.
Sample Reading List
See instructor for complete list
Design Project - 50%
Class/Precept Participation - 25%
Other (See Instructor) - 25%
Other 25% = journal
Prerequisites and Restrictions
Either EGR 200, or EGR 392, or EGR 482, or EGR 488, or ARCH 201 or permission of the instructor