We’ll go through each tool, functionality, operation, and gesture in a clear and systematic way. By the end of the course, you’ll hopefully find vector design a lot easier than you initially thought! That’s because Vectornator is the most intuitive and user-friendly vector design software in the world.
We’ll also cover some of the most fundamental design theories and principles, so you’ll know how to choose the right color palettes, how to beautifully organize your elements in a layout, or to draw characters that are full of life.
Plus, in each and every episode we’ll create a fully developed design together, from simple to complex. You’ll be able to see your amazing progress along the way.
This course is split into two parts: beginner and intermediate. Follow the beginner’s course now and practice your new-found skills until the intermediate tutorials are available in January.
Ready to learn while playing with vectors?
To begin with, let’s look at our interface. We’ll create our first document together and get you started with your very first design.
We’ll then dive deeper into each tool, one at a time, and explore their possibilities so you can get your ideas going. Once you’ve mastered arguably the most important tools in vector design—the Selection, Shape, Node, Pencil, and Pen Tool—you’ll graduate from beginner to intermediate.
In the intermediate part of the series, we’ll show you how you can use these tools to create finished designs, such as a poster, a sticker pack, a full-fledged character, and a logo.
Aysel grew up in Istanbul where she studied and worked as a Product Designer. She then came to Berlin to study Integrated Design and worked as Graphic and UI Designer.
Aysel has been drawing ever since she was a little kid, so pursuing a career in illustration came naturally. During her bachelor studies, she was an assistant in a drawing course, and she also began working at Vectornator. She says, “It’s funny that I ended up creating educational content for illustration and design.”