What would you like to learn?

I'm looking to launch a new space for working professionals to teach courses on design, business strategy, and technology. However, we need to know what people are most interested in and what time works best for them.

Could you please go to the survey/a> and vote. It is only 4 questions long and 10 free tickets will be award.

Thanks everyone. I will keep you posted on the progress but we expect a launch in early spring.



The problem I mostly run into is that no matter were I go, people would like me to know a bit of web design.

I am a graphic designer and illustrator, my web skills stop at the visual.

I'd love to learn enough web code to get by, but I have no idea where to start.

typography is always a winner with me.
by the way, your link thing doesn't work.

To behave myself.

After that, I'd like to After Effects and Premiere.

...and to proofread my comments before posting them.

adobe edge! gonna be big

I'd like to get better at portrait/fashion photography and start getting more comfortable with narrative work in videography.

Up until now, I've focused mostly on abstracts, landscapes and lyrical stuff, but I'd like to start developing a more human, emotional component to my film and photo work.

In as much as I have been open to a lot of work related stuff already, I would still likely consider learning how to develop great web pages. I have had a few course relating to web development from before but they are usually not enough and lie on the superficial level only.

Probably a deeper look onto how things are really made and written on the industry standard.

This is great stuff. Thank you everyone and I recently announced the class list at www.densitycoworking.com/classes/. They are all $30, but get $10 off with promocode: CreateDenver

I didn't go too deep into the Adobe products, an Illustrator class is in the works, but have a CSS, a UX trends, Designing For WordPress class, and many others. I vetted all of the instructors and their outlines to guarantee top quality and have CU-Boulder profs, lawyers, and heads of successful creative agencies leading the courses.

Thank you for your suggestions and I will try to incorporate them into the future.



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