UI design skills are one of the most employable opportunities of our lifetime. In this course you’ll learn how to design a professional website in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll start right at the basics of Illustrator and work our way through to building professional UI designs. This course doesn’t cover how to code a website but focuses on the design processes that professional UI designers use when working.
This is a project based class for students who are new to the world of app & web design. I created this for people nervous about changing their careers into the world of user interface design.
We’ll build a professional portfolio website. You can use this course to build your own portfolio website (the one you’ve been putting off for years). You’ll learn how to design desktop, tablet and mobile versions of your website. You’ll learn what you’ll need to deliver at the end of a project to your client.
This course is for people serious about becoming a User Interface design professional.
Know that I’ll be around to help - if you get lost you can drop a post on the class discussion board and I'll be sure to get back to you.
Now it’s time to upgrade your skills, get that better job, and impress your clients.
Download the exercise files here.
Download the completed files here.
What are the requirements?
You'll need a copy of Adobe Illustrator CC 2017 or above. A free trial can be downloaded from Adobe.
No previous design skills are needed.
No previous Illustrator skills are needed.
What am I going to get from this course?
45 lectures 4 Hours 7 minutes of content!
You'll learn to design a website with in Adobe Illustrator.
User Interface essentials.
27 Completed files so you never fall behind.
Learn how to wireframe at all levels
How to design for a responsive website.
Downloadable exercise files & cheat sheet.
Forum support from me and the rest of the BYOL crew.
Techniques used by professional website designers.
Professional workflows and shortcuts.
A wealth of other resources and websites to help your new career path.
What is the target audience?