This study implement networked peer assessment in designing and, in doing so, develops a networked peer assessment model as well. Based on the proposed model, a networked peer assessment system is designed as its main frame in conjunction with an optional Vee diagram used as its interface to facilitate designing. In this system, students turn in their homework via a friendly web browser. Students assess each other’s homework by offering comments through the Internet. Students then reflect and modify their homework based on those comments. This procedure is repeated for k (k≥1) consecutive rounds, based on the schedule. In this process, students act as an adaptive learner, author, and reviewer. This learning model allows students to further develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills. Results revealed that the networked peer assessment model facilitated students to continuously progress when learning to design work.