The free online course, Software Design for Non-Designers is returning to openSAP from March 15. The course aims to teach developers to embrace design as part of their everyday work, even if they haven’t spent years studying design. In just six weeks, you can improve your design skills when developing software.

Learn from Scott Klemmer, Professor of Design at Stanford and design experts from SAP, including Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer. Get actively involved and complete hands-on exercises, providing you with the skills you need to apply simple and user-friendly design practices when developing software.

Learn to develop with design in mind, allowing your end users to focus on their job, not on your software.

Enrollment is now open!

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  • Arun Mavinahally Lakshmikantha   7 months ago

    Hi Claire, I am interested in this online software courses. Can you give me some incights on this? Best regards, Arun

    • Claire Donelon   7 months ago

      Hi Arun,
      Great to hear that you are interested in the course. You can find out more details and enroll at http://open.sap.com/courses/dfnd1-4
      The course begins from March 15 and you will have access to new content each week over a 6 week period. So you can learn at a time that suits you and you are not tied to a specified time frame each week. I hope that helps. You can find more info about the course on the website.

      Thanks and kind regards,
      Claire