Totally considering this, Meng has been grinding non stop.
What topic would get you on board? :)
Dude, I'm already on board - I was currently looking for more ways to invest on myself and I think your courses would be a breathe of fresh air from what I mostly consume. Just want to take a moment to thank you for doing all of this, honestly I really appreciate it :)
Very kind of you to say. I'm asking because we want to add a ton of content for designers. Glad to have you on board!
Hmm, when I think of topics that spark my curiosity. - Designing & Developing Sites (Modern Sites) - Cinema 4D (far fetched but I'm curious - I've noticed you use a bit of it on your site) - Marketing your skills (begin freelancing or gaining a job)
1) Yep. React is coming and with that, a bunch of tricks I've learned with CSS grid and animations. Same with the quickest way to get a site up and running and easily manageable.
2) I'll add a bunch of tutorials about how I made my wallpapers. Don't want to overlap too much with the awesome 3DForDesigners (btw check it out: https://www.3dfordesigners.com).
3) Hmm, that part can def be a blog. I'll see how I can incorporate that into a course.
Appreciate the suggestions!
Would love some Principle or Flinto courses. There's some decent ones out there, but I bet they'd be amazing with your touch.
Good idea, I think we should do that, especially when there are new updates on the horizon.
Would love a course on framer! Sounds like you’ve got some React course in the works, which would (hopefully) pair nicely with Framer X
A few "good-to-know tech stuff to become better designer"sounds like my thing. As a designers knowing these will help me get empathy for my front-end dev friends.
Happy to collaborate and help you on this (I built popular website iteration & feedback collaboration tool - Visual Inspector). Sent you a Twitter DM to discuss more.
P.S. Been a big fan of your courses, gifted few to onboard some of my new designers.
Great work, I don't know how you make so many courses..