It turns out iTunes is good for more than supporting my insatiable need to expand my music collection and clog up my iPhone with applications I rarely use more than once – free Art and Design audio and video content!
The content ranges from fine arts lectures to interaction design tips, and the sources that range from word renowned museums and universities to niche interaction design websites.
Today I’m watching the latest lecture from the Walker Art Center series: Architecture / Design with Sol Sender, Scott Thomas and Paul Schmlezer on the importance that design played in the Obama presidential campaign.
Here are a few other resources to check out – I can’t vouch for each of these personally but at least I now know what I’ll be doing with my few precious “non-billable” hours for the rest of the year. If anyone knows of any other good resources on iTunes please let me know!
Walker Art Center Architecture / Design Lecture series
Yale Arts and Architecture
Stanford (HCI Seminar)
Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science
Ruminations on RISD by John Maeda, RISD’s new president.