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Online Design School

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Established in 1997, Sessions College for Professional Design offers online degree and certificate programs to prepare you for a creative career. A faculty of professional artists and designers at the premier online school of design provides an excellent online education in Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Media, Illustration, Advertising Design, and more.

Just getting started with your design school search? Chat with our friendly and knowledgeable admissions team. Browse our programs and explore course samples to find out how online design courses work. Check out the student gallery and featured portfolios. Visit our career center for information on top creative careers for design graduates.


Prepare for your professional design career in an online degree or certificate program at Sessions College.


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notes on design
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    Don Norman on Happiness and Good Design

    Tue, 16 Sep 2014
    In this thoughtful 2003 TED talk, Don Norman turns an eye to the importance of beauty, pleasure, and fun in design.[...]
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    Materials of the Future: Vantablack

    Thu, 11 Sep 2014
    Meet Vantablack: a material so black that itís essentially invisible to the human eye.[...]
  • Materials of the Future: Graphene

    Materials of the Future: Graphene

    Mon, 08 Sep 2014
    Graphene, which was first produced in 2004, seems like the stuff of sci-fi lore. It's incredibly thin, flexible, and may be the strongest material in existence.[...]
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