We know tons of hackers. They're the modern-day Renaissance men and women who love to learn, explore, build, and take things apart. A hacker can make software do anything. We know design can seem nuanced, subjective, and inaccessible sometimes, but we're working on this project to help change that.
We've asked some of the world's best designers to help us curate the best and most useful blogs, books, games, videos, and tutorials that helped them learn critical elements of design. We're organizing them all into a digestable and iterative lesson plan so you can apply this knowledge to your own projects.
I'm an interaction designer living in Silicon Valley, working at Kicksend. I love creating clean and understandable user interfaces for web and mobile products. Creator of Startups, this is how design works and Retina Mac Apps.
I'm a freelance illustrator, designer and aspiring coder living in Brooklyn. I've done work for ESPN, The Onion, Mashable and others. I write for McSweeney's and the Society for News Design. I've helped build sites to shame people into voting and to keep track of your members of congress.
Learn at your own pace. With articles, videos, and tutorials curated by some of the world's best designers, there's no easier way to learn design this year.
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