OMG! There's a ✻ new ✻ design course dropping soon on the internet ٩(◕‿◕。)۶


The art of visual design

(Elizabeth's version)

A fun and interactive visual design course for designers of all levels, filled with rainbows, sparkles, and a sprinkle of sass. I'll teach you all the rules, but just so you can break them all later. Learn how to define your own aesthetic and work toward a standout design portfolio.

By the end of the course, you will be able to…

  1. iterate on UI so fast that you can take a 2-hour lunch every day.
  2. explain your visual design decisions to the most stubborn stakeholders.
  3. escape any creative block to create fresh, new design ideas.

See you there, aspiring trendsetter ✌️!

About me

I'm Elizabeth and I've been a design educator for 10 years! I've taught everything from practical courses on Illustrator & Photoshop to more experimental classes like GUIs through Art History. Previously, I have worked as a product designer at Khan Academy & Primer. You can learn more about my background on my website.


  1. How do I sign up for the beta?

    The beta is currently closed, but the course will be open to the public soon. Make sure you sign up for the mailing list to stay up to date!

  2. Will the classes be self-paced or live?

    The beta will be a combination of self-paced and live content. When the course officially launches, the hope is that the course will be mostly self-paced. It will be paired with an active Discord community and special live events!

  3. What level of designer is this course best suited for?

    Beginner to advanced designers looking to improve their craft. I have been testing the course in the beta and it works for designers of all levels.

  4. Is this course for UI or graphic designers?

    The course will be focused on user interfaces, but with a few graphic design examples. You can definitely use what you learn in other contexts though!

  5. I'm not a designer. Will this course be a good fit for me?

    Yes, it will be! The course will be designed to support various skill levels. I will also be sharing free content that will help you figure out if you'll like the full course.

  6. What design tool will I use in the class?

    The course will be taught in Figma, but I'm considering doing a Canva version as well. Adobe products will not be supported at this time.

  7. What if I don't know Figma?

    I'm planning to have a section for Figma in the course! Even if you're familiar with Figma, it'll be a good refresher so that you learn how to design fast.

  8. How much will the course cost?

    I'm not sure yet, but if you are part of the beta, there will be a discount!

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