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UI Design: Prototype Your Online Portfolio (beginner) | Freepik course trailer_ENG


UI Design: Prototype Your Online Portfolio (beginner) | Freepik course trailer_ENG

About the course

Sketch has become the most popular toolkit in the world of digital design. It’s your turn to get to know it! And the best way to learn how to use Sketch is by creating your own portfolio.

In this course, we’ll be learning the basics of Sketch from scratch and using it to create our own website. Do you want to share your designs with the rest of the world? Sketch is the perfect tool to show your work!

Which project are we going to develop?

We’re going to design the main interface of our portfolio, where we’ll include different sections: a navigating menu, the main section, a section with our projects, info about us, links to our social networks and a contact form so that users can contact us.

Who is this course for?

This course is intended for graphic designers who want to know more about graphic design and seek innovative and up-to-date toolkits, leaving behind traditional software like Photoshop or Illustrator. Previous knowledge isn’t required.

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Illustration: Introduction to Vectorial Illustration (beginner) | Freepik Course Trailer_ENG

About this course
In this course I'm going to explain the Adobe interface that I use when developing my illustrations. After going over the styles that we can find in vectorial illustations, I'll go on to show you how to create with them.

Lastly, we'll apply these styles in a series of mockups, depending on the appearance, to add them to our portfolio, giving it that professional style.

What project are we going to develop?
We'll learn to use the basic tools that Adobe Illustrator has on offer to apply them to our different styled creations we can develop in the program.

Once we've got the hang of these tools, we can put them to use in a series of exercises that I've prepared for you to apply them to.

After showing you the necessary steps for our creations, we'll export the end result.

The objective of this course is to develop an illustration using the basic initial notions after having chosen one of the styles explained in the course. Choosing a theme related to historical events, we'll create a vectorial design that, finally, we'll place in a mockup for their final presentation.

What you'll learn:
- The use of the basic tools in Illustrator
- Apply a limited color pallet to our design
- Using smart objects to apply the final images to mockups
- Use the colors to create a secondary illumination effect
- Apply textures with the brushes in Photoshop to give our work a more handmade look

Who is this course for? Requisites
This course is for those who wish to learn to use the Illustrator program and want to use the creative capacity with the variety of styles we can create with the program. Those that wish to make impacting images thay can be applied to all kinds of products, aesthetics that are now popular on the market, and, for that reason, are useful for those who want to open their way into the world of design and vectorial illustration, and that really want to polish the program.

If you are already familiar with Illustrator, I still recommend doing this course seen as apart from going over the tools that you already know, I'm show you'll learn some tricks that may come in handy in your daily work.

You're going to need the Adobe Illustrator program, and if you want to amplify the experience of the course, I recommend having Photoshop and a tablet. This last part is optional, as in Illustrator, we have a series of resources that we can use to create without a tablet.

If you want to download the resources used in this course, follow this link link:

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UI/UX Design Class 21

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Cabar iOS UI Kit 120+ Screen Sketch + Photoshop for Restaurant, Food and Coffee

High quality pack of 120+ iOS screens in social categories.

Capi Restaurant UI Kit is a high quality pack of 40+ social app screens based on iOS 11 which will accelerate your design process and will help develop an outstanding experience.

100% Vector Based, so all screens can be easily resized to fit other iPhone screens. Dimensions 375x812 and 375x667.

Each screen is fully customizable, easy to use and handcrafted with love Sketch and Photoshop.

All layers and symbols are neatly grouped, named and organized. It also contains detailed instruction how to customize colors, fonts and styles.

Free Google fonts Quicksand. Made for everyone - Designers, Design Studios, iOS Developers. Be Creative, Be Awesome.

- 120+ Premium iOS Screens
- Resolutions 375x812 & 375x667, iPhone X
- 100% High-Quality vectors
- Free Google fonts & icons
- Fully Customizable & resizable
- Compatible with Sketch & Photoshop

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