A new course for coders on hacking design.
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As a software engineer, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside great visual and UX designers for nearly 10 years of my life. Under pressure of shipping many sites + apps, I’ve studied how great designers work. I’ve hired and mentored leaders in the design field, and borrowed many of their tricks and tools, tweaking them to incorporate what I know about building web apps. This class is the first edition in my sharing those hacks.
Design is no mysterious black art that requires loving Helvetica and smoking a lot. Design is something you do, not something you are, and everyone, even straight up command-line nerds like us, can learn it, at least well enough to bang out some decent looking version-ones. Time to get serious.
Sign up for DESIGN HACKS now and learn in 90 minutes how to be good (enough) at visual and UI design to ship sharp-looking alphas and betas.*
Design Hacks at General Assembly, the first rapid-fire design course taught for engineers, by an engineer.
Secure your seat now: j.mp/design-hacks.
* Skinny jeans not included.
Why do Tumblr, AirBnB, and Path cause so much excitement? DESIGN.
Why did Facebook buy Instagram, Daytum, and Gowalla? DESIGN.
Why did the iPhone win? DESIGN.
Are you delegating the future success of your startup up to some art-school kid with skinny jeans and a weird haircut? F that! Tickets!