Master Web Design in Affinity Designer
How to use Affinity Designer to design professional website layouts
- 7.5 hours on-demand video
- 2 educational resources
- Lifetime Access
- Completion certificate
- Free tutor consultation
- 30-days money back guarantee
What You’ll Learn
Affinity Designer in web design2 lectures11:55
Web design principles2 lectures08:28
Colors in web design4 lectures19:53
Typography in web design5 lectures18:31
How is a typical website built4 lectures15:24
Web design inspiration2 lectures11:28
The preparation stage7 lectures45:44
The Design - Home Page20 lectures01:44:14
The Blog Layout Design25 lectures02:15:46
The Single Post Layout10 lectures01:08:22
The Delivery4 lectures09:31
If you are thinking about starting out as a web designer you have probably tried to harness Photoshop sometime in the past.
You probably spent countless hours trying to figure out that monstrous program.
I know the pain.
I remember spending days after days, weeks after weeks just to remember how tools and effects work.
Luckily we live in times when if you want to start a career as a web design freelancer, you can just put Photoshop aside.
Hi, my name is Dawid Tuminski and in this course you will learn how to use Affinity Designer to design websites from A-Z.
This course is packed with valuable info any web design rookie should know, such as:
How to choose the BEST colors and fonts for your websites
What makes a professionally designed website
What are the modern web design trends you should know about
How to build website’s visual guides, such as wireframes and grids
…and that’s just the introduction!
Because the real bread and butter of this course is inside its practical parts.
We will get our hands dirty and explore all the tools and techniques professional web designers use to design a website inside Affinity Designer.
Building wireframes and grids – the building blocks of every website
Using assets to make the design process ultra-fast
Creating text styles that let you change fonts in a blink of an eye
And of course designing a website
You will learn how to design it form opening a file, through placing images, adding text and backgrounds right up to exporting the design you would ultimately hand out to a client.
There’s a lot of good stuff to cover and I truly believe that once you’ve completed the course and practiced on your own, you will start creating amazing website designs in Affinity Designer in no time.
And to make things easier, this course comes with a lot of downloadable resources:
Presentations you can open up on your tablet or smartphone to revise the lecture when you are commuting
The design files you can explore to get the real feel of a website design
And images and icons needed to make recreating the design effortless
This is a more than a 4 hour long web design and Affinity Designer bundle. Every step of the process is explained thoroughly, but without the yaaaaaawn parts.
Please notice one thing.
This course is not about learning all there is to know about Affiinity Designer.
It’s a course for those who already got the basics of the software and would love to learn how to use their skills to design websites.
We won’t be looking at each and every tool to find out what it does.
We will however go deep on those tools that we will be specifically using for web design purposes.
I mean, if you don’t know jack about the software, you can always take a look at my Affinity Designer for Beginners course here on Udemy.
But of course, if you have any questions along the way, I will be more than happy to answer them.
I am here to help, so you can rest assured that you won’t be left out on your own when something is not clear and needs a more personalized explanation.
Also, don’t forget that you are totally covered by a 30-day money back guarantee.No questions asked.
So if you don’t want to spend ages on learning overly complicated software and you don’t want to visit your bank to ask for loans just to get that software, give Affinity Designer a try.
Give this course a try.
And I’d love to see you inside!
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So far a very interesting course and definitely worth the $10. It brings together a lot of tips and tricks and general principles that you would otherwise have to put together from a lot of research. While I wouldn't say that this is all too in-depth, it does cover a LOT of areas. This course tries to be an all-rounder with a very clear focus and I am happy to have spent the money. I don't understand why I am getting annoying prompts to rate this when I am not even done with it, though.