I have alway been creative and interested in Graphic Design but never had any formal training. Ideally I would like to return to University to do a degree in Graphic Design, but due to time and financial contraints this isn't possible.

Can you suggest some good OpenCourseWare courses for Graphic Design (Print or Web)? The best I have found so far have been some tutorial articles, but I would prefer something that has better coverage of the theory.

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    You're not going to find any OCW stuff for graphic design, because MIT doesn't have any graphic design courses, and OCW is MIT's thing.
    – dkuntz2
    Jan 9, 2011 at 0:04

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Teach Yourself Graphic Design is a series of articles that comes highly recommended.

  • Not OpenCourseWare. Just tutorials.
    – dkuntz2
    Jan 12, 2011 at 14:31

Peer 2 Peer University has a couple of classes that are open for registration right now. One is Intro to Design and Usability which is focused on web design. http://p2pu.org/webcraft/intro-design-and-usability

There will probably be more design courses in upcoming semesters too.

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