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Newhouse’s project, The ABC’s of Dating by Design, pins a specific design element and explanation to each letter of the alphabet, breaking down modern love in a way that’s both comedic and informative.
She also offers a Skillshare course for users to design their ideal relationship through a step-by-step program identifying their wants and needs.
The idea was born out of a particularly heartbreaking past relationship, which prompted Newhouse to want to invent a toolkit for people to lay the foundation for better relationships, or even improve upon existing ones.
“There are skeptics too though, who think that you can’t design the magic of love because it just happens,” Newhouse says.
“Although I agree with that, I also think you can design a framework for love to exist in, like setting up the power grid, so electricity can flow through it.” We asked Newhouse, good sport that she is, to evaluate the dating potential of couples we’d be interested in seeing paired up. — Match Game A is for Alignment: Julian and Lady Gaga Alignment is one of the foundations of great design, and great relationships.
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