Back to the Basics with Photoshop + Illustrator. A Course in the works for Creative Entrepreneurs. Sign Up Today for the VIP List!

Hello, Lovely!

Today I wanted to talk to you about Photoshop and Illustrator, the two main programs I use as a creative entrepreneur as many of you probably do too. As both a creative entrepreneur and graphic designer, it’s important for me to know these programs. I create all my social media templates and photos, content upgrades, icons, client work, etc. in these programs and they give me so much creative freedom. It’s really endless what you can create in these programs.

I remember when I first started using these programs back in high school. I was a senior and I had tried playing around with Photoshop before, but everything was like a foreign language! I remember thinking, “why can’t I click on anything!” and “what the heck is this tool?!” I didn’t have access to the hundreds and hundreds of tutorials like they have today on YouTube. I had books…but nobody has time to read pages on pages of information. And Illustrator? I didn’t even know what it was, let alone know any of the tools.

My point? It can be intimidating and so, SO frustrating starting with these programs. Trust me, I’ve been there and was there for a while. I wish I had a course that taught me the basics of these programs quickly and economically even before I started working on projects.

With that said I’m creating a course to help creative entrepreneurs with learning the basics of Photoshop and Illustrator, sign up below for my VIP List to get updates on what's to come and to get notified when it’s ready! This course will include everything I wish I had in my tool belt when I first started designing. You will learn about the tools, templates, color, and so much more! Not only will you learn all this, but you can do it in the comfort of your pajamas from home, #heckyes!

I can’t wait to get this created for you! Sign up below for the VIP List to get updates and be the first to know when it's ready!

To creating with the basics,

Lauren BrownComment