React for Design(react.design)

almost 3 years ago from Philip Davis, Designer and Developer

  • Stan Marsh, almost 3 years ago

    Im not seeing enough to make me want to shell out $40. I'm interested but all I get is a vague description about what I will learn.

    7 points
    • Philip DavisPhilip Davis, almost 3 years ago

      Thanks for the feedback Stan. I’ll try to add more content in the future. Any questions in particular you wanted answered?

      0 points
      • Stan Marsh, almost 3 years ago

        Yes, I'd love to know what the outcome of this course would be for me? What exactly will I learn and to what extent? Also as others have mentioned what should I already know? Basic JavaScript? HTML? Redux?

        2 points
        • Philip DavisPhilip Davis, almost 3 years ago

          Hi Stan, I added a FAQ section with answers to at least one of your questions. The lessons titles cover the concepts taught in the course. Hope that clears things up some. if there's anything else I can do to make it clearer let me know.

          Thanks again for your feedback!

          0 points
    • Jamie Diamond, almost 3 years ago

      Yeah. There are TONS of great React courses already out there. Here's another designer-focused one by the guy who did the great iOS app course Design+Code. Good track record: https://designcode.io/react-for-designers

      2 points
    • Account deleted almost 3 years ago

      maybe take the free lesson and then decide? it's a class, not a video game.

      -5 points
      • Joey Prijs, almost 3 years ago

        And here I am thinking our jobs as designers is to communicate things clearly so that people don't have to waste their time figuring something out... Ah well.

        8 points
    • Daniel MarquesDaniel Marques, almost 3 years ago

      For me it was the fact that the first lesson is "Building a Simple Component".

      I am all up for getting up and running quickly, but skimming over the foundations of what react does vs javascript etc will probably backfire once you try to make something a little more complex.

      -1 points