Icons8 Lunacy : Adobe Xd Alternative User Experience Design (Udemy.com)

Special Kind Of Tool For Creating High Level of Design With Zero Experience . Similiar To Adobe Xd , Figma And Sketch

Created by: Devraj Singhania

Produced in 2020

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What you will learn

  • Students will be able to create beautifull design for their Apps , Websites and Other Other Digital Prodcts.

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Overall Score : 80 / 100

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Course Description

This Course is specially Design for learners who want to learn different kind of designs like UI/UX , Adobe xd ,Web design and Digital Designing products. In This course i will teach you the basic to pro methods for creating amazing designs .And I will also going to teach you that how you can create Icons for theirs Apps. Who this course is for:
  • This course is design for everyone who wants to create beautifull website design,Ui/UX design and wearables designers

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Instructor Details

Devraj Singhania

Hi everyone i am a freelancer and believing in spread knowledge to each and everyone .Because knowlege is the only tool which will really create difference in our life.. So i will start creating different courses to teach the world.And i have knowledge of many technologies like Ethical hacking, Redhat and Design etc.

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I think it could be clearer when it comes to how to rotate a line. I am still trying to figure that out. There was a chapter where the screen discussion cut off during the lesson.

Although explaining the very basic concepts which are far below the author's professional level, he explains it one by one with surprising patience. Artboards, shapes, avatars, joins, etc., all is exposed with a comfortable pace and without the need to stop and rewind.

I think it could be clearer when it comes to how to rotate a line. I am still trying to figure that out. There was a chapter where the screen discussion cut off during the lesson.

Although explaining the very basic concepts which are far below the author's professional level, he explains it one by one with surprising patience. Artboards, shapes, avatars, joins, etc., all is exposed with a comfortable pace and without the need to stop and rewind.