UPDATE: (4/21/22) Erik has released Learn UI Design 2.0 – a completely updated version of the course. All of the videos have been re-recorded and updated to incorporate feedback from literally thousands of students, including an awesome intro to Figma.
Today I’m super-stoked to share a short demo video of Erik Kennedy’s Learn UI Design course. Erik has graciously given me permission to show you behind the scenes of this excellent program.
Obviously I can’t show you all 20+ hours of video showing Erik designing dozens of interfaces in Sketch or all the awesome cheat sheets I’ve downloaded, but in this quick video (about 8 minutes), you’ll get a sense of what’s inside.
Full disclosure: I’m an affiliate for Learn UI Design, which means if you purchase the course using my link I will earn a commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote products I personally use and believe in, and Erik’s course is definitely one of the best investments I’ve ever made. In the last year I’ve been able to add more value to client projects with my new skills AND raise my freelance rates.
See For Yourself
Check out the video below to see if Learn UI Design is a good fit for you.
You’re Worth It
Yes, it’s expensive, but I made the cost back within a few months after landing a new client thanks to Learn UI Design. Erik doesn’t advertise the price, but it’s probably close to $1000 by now. If you work for a company, ask if they’ll pay for some training. If you’re a freelancer or consultant, nothing beats investing in yourself for a more secure future.
Need More Info?
Check out my previous posts about Learn UI Design here and here. In the meantime, if you have any questions please leave them in the comments and I’ll answer them as soon as possible.
Hello, I’m looking for some advice on this course. I am looking to ENTER the UI field (not change tech careers) and was wondering if this would be a good place to start? I’ve read some of his blog and watched your video and I’m liking how it sounds so far, but I didn’t know if this is something for someone coming in with little to no experience in the tech field.
Hi Denise, thanks for your comment. It really depends on how tech-savvy you are, even though you are not “in” the tech field. Erik’s course is excellent for total beginners, assuming you generally understand how computers and the internet work. You don’t need to be a “techy” to gain that kind of knowledge, just curious. I was completely clueless when I started my tech career 25 years ago and am almost completely self-taught. I was fortunate to have some work colleagues show me the ropes when I got stuck, but mostly it was books and courses that helped me find my way. Hope that helps!