Sale!

Prototyping with Sketch (ML018)

249.00


Description

Unlike other design software Sketch is designed to get out of your way and allow you to create great prototypes of web sites, mobile applications, software applications, tablet applications and much more. While other applications can weigh you down with unnecessary features you’ll never use, Sketch is designed to be quick and light. Designed to get you doing design work quickly and with ease.

It’s about your creativity– not your ability to learn dozens of software features.

And, if you’re ready to start working with Sketch there is no better way to learn than this course Prototyping with Sketch is a complete, comprehensive course on the Sketch tool. You’ll become familiar with each of the tools you’ll use to design user interfaces for web and mobile based applications.

We wanted this course to be about doing– so you won’t waste time in endless lectures. We’ve included a number of high quality laboratory exercises in the course to quickly get you doing the type of work professional designers do in Sketch every day. Each of the lab exercises is relevant to the work you’ll be doing as a professional developer.

Your instructor, Matt Cameron, made sure every detail of this course is efficient, interesting, and most importantly, relevant! Each minute, you’ll learn more about the Sketch digital design tool and, add skills to your professional toolbox that will make you a consummate pro.

It’s time to stop thinking about working with a tool like Sketch– It’s time to learn the tool. With the informative lectures, engaging activities and numerous tips, you’ll be working as a professional designer in web or mobile as soon as you finish this course.

Who this course is for:
Web developers and designers
Traditional graphic designers learning digital
Mobile app developers
Teachers and students
Anyone who designs prototypes
Requirements:
You should own a Mac and be able to work within the operating system

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Prototyping with Sketch (ML018)”