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3 Affordable Online Courses to Help You Become a Design Ninja

August 31, 2017

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Building up your portfolio as a graphic designer can take years. To make the field even more difficult, keeping your edge on changing design trends means continuing your education on the latest software and new methods to communicate to customers. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.

TechCo has rounded up affordable online graphic design courses from our Shop so anyone can learn to be a design ninja.

Graphic Design Certification School: Lifetime Subscription

A well-designed logo and attractive packaging can actually be the difference between a customer choosing one product. Whether you’re in the design field or are looking to develop your skills, this certification course can give you the edge over other freelancers or make you more attractive to employers.

The certification offers three courses in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. Upon completion you’ll become a CPD Certified. This course normally runs at $399 per class, but as of this post it’s $39 for all three.

UI & UX Design Bootcamp

Without a company website, they almost don’t exist. Which means that UI/UX designers are in constant demand. UI/UX refers to the design of a user interface and experience of a web page, allowing users to actually interact with the site. If you are looking to expand your skills in this area or turn your hobby into a side gig, this course is for you.

This 6-course bundle will teach you how to become a senior UX design specialist, develop a complete mobile experience and learn more about mobile apps. The 39+ hours of content will help you build products that both look and work beautifully. This course as of this post is $39.

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Tishin is a technology journalist and correspondent. She has written for TechCrunch, Demand Studios and Fitness, and has regular network segments on local Phoenix affiliate stations. She holds a Master's degree in Clinical and Sport psychology, and has covered many areas of technology ranging from 3D printing and game development to neurotech and funding for over 15 years.