Recently, I brought to soft closure a personal learning challenge that I named CHANGEd: What if…? 60-60-60. Now, I am hungry for my next personal learning challenge, and I am thinking about Design Lab, which I just discovered because of colleague @occam98. I’m signed up, and I received the email confirmation below. Anyone want to join me?
Howdy! Thanks for signing up for Design Lab, the easiest way to learn design online.
You’ll soon start receiving weekly emails that each feature a collection of great, curated online content about a particular area of design, and one project for you to work on that will help you practice new design and creative thinking skills.
When you’re done with each week’s challenge, upload your work. Other users can rate & comment on your projects to help you get feedback.
Becoming a great designer takes a lot of hard work and practice, but considering you signed up, you’re in great shape already! Learning is always more fun with friends, so make sure to spread the word.
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, we’re always happy to chat, just email us 🙂
Talk to you soon!
Have you received anything from DesignLab yet? I haven’t.
No, I have not received anything from Design Lab yet.
I signed up!
Hi, I found your website through edcampatl site. I just signed up for design lab. let’s see what happens!
Shervette, I hope to meet you on Sept. 8 at #EdCampAtl. Until then, I look forward to the design challenge and the exchange of ideas.
This is awesome! In studying my school and other wonderful places, Design and Process are critical, yet often overlooked. This will be wonderful.
Ezra, I am glad you are invested and participating. This design challenge should be fun.
Hi. I just signed up. I figured two people whose work I respect and whom I consider to be trusted “birddogs” and filters of information are in, so I am in!
Is the 60 small posts already over? Wow, that went fast.
Learning is always more fun with friends.
This should be fun, Jamie. I am looking forward to seeing what the design challenges are like. Indeed, the 60-60-60 is completed, as it was conceptualized. I imagine I will return to it as some sort of weekly serial.