Design with Confidence Course
Enrollment opens in July, get early access to the community
Having to act quickly to make design decisions is a difficult thing to do. Huge agencies and masters of the design community are capable at making huge strides in the industry. The precision these masters of design have when creating their work can make you feel like reaching that level is impossible.
And hey, maybe right now what you know is not good enough. Maybe you don't feel confident enough to get into the action at the same level. By joining the Compass of Design and starting along the path, you can feel less vulnerable and start becoming a better designer.
This course is a series of modules built to help you think and act the same way experienced designers do, but on your terms. You will start to pioneer your own path.
Every pioneer needs a tool to point them in the right direction. This pioneer tool for you is the Compass of Design
What can you do with these skills?
Helping you make faster design decisions
Learn to make decisions faster by having processes that keep your time and resources in check. Cut down on the time it takes to go between Idea to Execution. You can battle this and spend less time thinking what you might do and actually start designing.
Laying down solid ground work with proven design principles
Build up your foundation by practicing design principles. Each one of them help build a list of patterns and best practices to keep your design grounded and steady when someone comes trying to knock it down.
Leaving imposter syndrome behind
Everything you learn here will be a step closer to being 100% capable of doing great work. The more you practice these skills, the more confident you can be knowing that your design is constructed well. You'll have access to other members to talk and help guide each other too. No matter what, you're not alone.
Teaching you to present your design decisions with confidence
After practicing more with these skills and resources your design decisions should be based on fact, data, best practices, design principles and lots of research. Nail your pitch, market your skills, and land that job through practice and iteration. When you start to present your design, you will have the support of all of the skills that you earned.