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Graphic Design Bootcamp: Udemy Course Review

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Graphic Design Bootcamp is a top-rated graphic design course for beginners.

Average star rating as of time of review:  ★★★★⭑ 4.6 stars

Basic graphic design course for beginners
Graphic Design Bootcamp by Derrick Mitchell on Udemy: Enroll Now!


If you’re looking to delve into graphic design for the first time, this might be the course for you. Includes over 15.5 hours of on-demand video, and 9 supplemental resources.

According to the course page on Udemy, it’s the perfect course for “Anyone that wants to learn how to take their creative ideas and put them into a print or digital format.”

Having taken the first few modules, I can tell it’s easy to digest and to work along with it. It’s brought my attention to Photoshop tools I was overlooking, and I surely intend to continue the course.

Here some user reviews from the page:

“I really enjoyed the whole course. Very practical and to the point. I also enjoyed the fast pace and only wished that it was a few hours longer. Totally worth my time, though. Learned a lot. I would definitely get another course by the Derrick and would recommend this one to anyone who is interested in graphic design. Good, good stuff.” – Napoleon Escalante

“One thing I really liked about the course was how Derrick really broke down his work flow so I got both a practical and design side to approaching the tasks. He is a genuine guy that looks to expand your knowledge. …. Occasionally a lesson can seem a bit rushed BUT with the amount covered and it being a bootcamp course I don’t think that’s a bad thing since he keeps it flowing to maintain the interest of the student.” – Daanish

“Great course! While I don’t use Adobe products any more (long story), I was able to take the principles taught and apply them for the most part in what I do use (inDesign is a tough program to find a replacement for!). Also got some good feedback through the FB group for the course. Thank you!” – Chris Kujawa


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