The Accidental Designer
Somehow, you've become a designer. Gulp.
A few things might have snuck onto your To Do list that you never expected, like "Create new Twitter background", "Make infographic for Pinterest", "Design poster".
So now you find yourself needing to be a designer, without having trained to be one. So what do you do?
How do you acquire the skills you need to do your job, or to make your company's online presence all it should be?
Muddle along? Google and YouTube can be useful, but they'll only get you so far.
Hire a designer? That's great if you've got the budget and you know they can deliver what you need when you need it.
The alternative is to learn how to design, from the ground up. To learn the skills and the programs that professional designers use. To get a sense of what that might mean and to learn some of the essential design and software skills, join our FREE 8 day video course, which we run every month.
Is this for you?
This is for you if...
- You're a communications, marketing, or digital professional, or if you run your own blog or website.
- You want to learn about both design and design programs like InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.
- You're prepared to put some time in every day to gradually develop your skills.