YouTube is the largest online video sharing site with millions of videos uploaded till date. Granted it is a large resource for inquisitive minds, the process of sorting through the pile of information can quickly become overwhelming. So we have put together a list of great channels we believe will help you on your journey to becoming a design ninja.
Nathaniel Dodson covers graphic design, photo manipulation, video editing and a bit of web design. Although he teaches Illustrator, Lightroom and After Effects, a large chunk of his videos focus on Photoshop.
He shares technology reviews and Adobe Creative Suite Design & Photography Tutorials.
He specializes in logo design and brand identity as well as other non-technical design issues. His tutorials are easy to follow, especially for newbies.
Daniel White teaches graphic design, UI design, and motion graphics. He uploads videos from Mondays to Fridays.
He teaches logo designing majorly, giving insights on the logo design process and techniques. He also does illustrations.
This channel is created by Teela Cunningham. Her page is filled with how-to tutorials focusing on Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign. She also posts videos on hand-lettering.
CharliMarieTV is a hub of tutorials that virtually covers a variety of design topics from web design, to branding identity and even to ways to communicate with clients.
Besides the technical knowledge you need, Martin Perhinia will also teach you a lot about design principles, compositional techniques and plenty of best practices.
It is a channel dedicated to User Experience and User Interface design, as well as some illustration tutorials.
Offers comprehensive tutorials across the Adobe Creative Suite, as well as speed art videos and much more. However, he tends to focus more on Adobe Illustrator.
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