C3

Design

Master the Aesthetics of Design

Aesthetics is as easy as it comes. But balancing functionality, accessibility, and aesthetics is where it becomes challenging, fun, powerful, and impactful. Reel in the high-ticket area! Unfold your creativity and reach new heights.

Lessons
Design Lessons
C3-M1
Fundamentals
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C3-M2
Elements
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C3-M3
Visual Hierarchy
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C3-M4
Conceptualize
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C3-M5
Visual Identity
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Course Goal:

This course will teach you about the aesthetics of design. When to apply design, and how to keep the aesthetics in place—not only to design something beautiful, but to design something useful.

Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy dealing with art and beauty that was developed by ancient Greeks such as Plato and Aristotle. The word “aesthetics” comes from Greek ἔστιν οἶδα "I know" or "I understand," which is related to αἰσθάνομαι "to feel." It has been defined as “the study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment and taste” (Oxford English Dictionary). In modern use it often refers more generally to feelings and emotions provoked by an object perceived through one or more senses.

You can learn all this without having any prior knowledge on the subject! No need for math skills either; just follow along with me step-by-step as I guide you through each concept in plain English so that anyone can understand it!