Hello,

If you arrive to this blog is because you are interested to learn graphic design. Have you seen all the information that is available on internet? Are you lost and don’t know where to start? Color theory, typography, logo design, advertising, Gimp, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign… Too many interesting topics, right?

Well, in this blog I’m going to share my experience with you. I’m an engineer who was always interested in advertising & graphic design but I always had other excuses to avoid getting myself into it... until now! Fortunately everything that I’ve learned on my 9 to 5 job and during university helped to realize two things:

 

IF THERE IS SOMETHING NEW THAT I DON’T KNOW, I HAVE THE ABILITY & CAPACITY TO LEARN IT.

and

I’M GOOD TO TEACH OTHER PEOPLE THINGS IN A SIMPLE WAY.

 

My intention on this blog is to share step by step what I’m doing to learn graphic design. I’m reading a lot of books, hearing a lot of podcasts, doing some e-learning courses & I have seen hundreds of free tutorials. As you can image, in this period of massive information it’s hard to find a complete & unique source of information. Here you will find a summary of all the useful information I learned explained in a simple way.

Graphic design has been evolving over time, new technologies allow us to design better, faster & more interesting things…. and the good thing is that these technologies are available to everyone!  If you like to learn and need some guidance on where to start and what steps to follow, then you are in the right place! Welcome to a blog where graphic design is made SIMPLE!

 

Two last words:

As I’m not a native English speaker, so I would like to apologize in advanced for the spelling mistakes you might find in the posts :=)

Once again, I’m not a graphic design expert, just someone who is passionate about it and want to share with you what I learned & I keep on learning. If you are an experienced graphic designer & you care to read it, you might find some mistakes on it, please let me know so you can help to improve the community knowledge!

 

Cheers!