Master Graphic Design Without Going To School With This $40 Design Pack


Having graphic design skills is always a good thing as they come in handy in a variety of industries. Whether you are a business owner, teacher, artist, marketer, or even a social media influencer, having basic and advanced knowledge of graphic design is definitely a plus.

The best part is that you don’t have to go to school for 2-4 years to learn it. Instead, all you need is the Premium Learn to Design 2022 Certification Pack. This bundle consists of 8 courses containing hundreds of lessons that can start your digital art journey. Right now, you can grab it on sale for just $40.

There are lessons on NFTs, Adobe and Figma products and content on general design concepts and best practices to use. Classes are led by top creative directors, UX designers, app builders, and marketers such as Phil Ebiner and Barin Cristian Doru.

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In the Adobe Premiere course, you’ll learn how to edit your videos the way the professionals do. Instructors will guide you through hands-on projects that will help you design logos, user interfaces, and use all Adobe tools for whatever task you need to accomplish.

In the Figma Master Web Design course, you will learn the best tips and tricks that will quickly take you from beginner to advanced user. You will also explore case studies where the most common mistakes will be explained in detail. Finally, you will also have access to a Discord group full of people who love web design. There’s even a course that will show you how to create beautiful mobile apps without writing a single line of code using Glide.

If you’re ready to add graphic design to your skillset, don’t wait to land this job. Get the Graphic Design School Pack 2022 on sale for just $40. It’s a 97% savings off the regular price of $1,600, but it’s only on sale for a short time.

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