CEO of brainspin and founder of a local design organization, Salt Lake Designers, Caleb Kingston, launches new easy-to-understand Udemy video course for people that want to learn how to design and prototype apps and webpages using Adobe Experience Design (XD)
Caleb Kingston recently announced the launch of his Udemy video course designed to help people looking to learn Adobe XD and UX design. The easy-to-understand video course isnormally $70 but he is offering it for 80% off at $15.
Adobe XD is a new tool for UX/UI designers, giving them the power to design and prototype an entire app from one single program. The versatility and ease of using the tool has made it increasingly popular amongst UX designers and learners. Caleb has created the video course to put students and UX/UI designers through on how to improve their skills and learn the latest design tools.
This course starts off with the Adobe Experience Design basics but quickly gets up to speed on how to design and prototype full-fledged apps with amazing images, colors, and animations. Students of the course will learn how to use Adobe XD to design and prototype apps from scratch.
Students will also learn tools that are universal across multiple design apps to enhance their design workflow. Another benefit of taking the course is that students get to learn incorporate best practices in reusing design elements and styles to increase efficiency.
The Adobe XD video course contains a total of 36 lectures lasting for almost 2 hours. The curriculum for the comprehensive video tutorial for adobe XD include Getting started with this course, which contains introduction to the course and exercise files for students.
The other contents of the Adobe XD video tutorial curriculum are Getting familiar with Adobe XD, Creating your first project, Working with images and vectors, creating reusable content, Publishing your prototype and exporting assets for developers and conclusion.
Students are required to know how to navigate around Mac or PC. Students will also need Adobe XD installed on their computer. The free beta version for Mac or Windows can be downloaded at http://www.adobe.com/products/experience-design.html
After completing the course, students should be able to share a complete design and prototype with friends and colleagues that they can interact with directly on their phone or desktop.
In addition to teaching people that want to learn UX design with adobe XD, the course also includes Full lifetime access, 2 hours on-demand video, and a Certificate of Completion.
About Caleb Kingston
Caleb Kingston is a UX designer at Brainspin, an outfit he founded in 2010 with the desire to design compelling and engaging apps. For more than half a decade, Caleb has designed several high profile web and iPhone applications, ranging from 3D medical aided web applications to project management applications for niche industries.
Caleb also founded Salt Lake Designers, a large local design organization, where he collaborates with other local influencers to help cultivate the talents of up and coming UX designers through workshops and panel discussions.