User Interface Design: UI Card Design in Photoshop

Danny Florian, KIT | Digital Marketing Agency

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5 Lessons (2h 4m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Part 1

    • 3. Part 2

    • 4. Part 3

    • 5. Part 4

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3 of 7 students recommend this class
Lo recomiendo muchísimo, no tengo un super nivel de inglés y lo estoy realizando súper bien y sin problemas. Aparte de mostrarte los pasos a seguir también te muestra otras opciones a medida que transcurre el curso para que lo puedas poner en práctica en otros proyectos. 100% recomendable.
Kwesi Patrick

Digital designer

This class title is misleading and should be called, how to create a UI Card Design for Dribbble. I am not a member of Dribbble, so doing this course, did not benefit me at all. I guess when or if I do become a member I could use it then. I did get some cool resources where i could grab some icons for web and some cool new places to grab some stock photos, but unless you're a member of Dribbble, this course is a complete waste of time. It did not go into to discussing UX let alone anything in regards to UI Design for web. Additionally, the link to get the materials was broken so I had to search for my own assets. At the end of the video is a pitch for a $250 course to learn UX + UI he is offering on his website.
This class is less about web design / UX fundamentals and more about how to use Photoshop than I'd hoped. It goes rather slowly, but for those still working on polishing their PS skills and who want to do so by creating a UI card, I'm sure it's helpful.