- Masood Sadri, Product Designer
- Kaitlyn Vu, User Experience Designer
Four course modules teach you every aspect of React: the fundamentals, capabilities, limitations and how they relate to design.
What is React? What are props and state? When to use props and when to use state? How to style a component with CSS, JS and CSS-in-JS? How to create an interactive component? How to create animations?
React101 covers the basics of React and lays a solid foundation for the more advanced modules.
What is React Native? Why is it a big deal? What is a "native" app? How to layout and style components on iOS and Android? How to create native animations with Animated or Lottie? How to manage touch gestures?
RN101 teaches you the basics of React Native, and helps you understand how to build modern, native user interfaces on iOS and Android.
Where does React fit in the design process? How to use real data in prototypes? How to use React Sketch.app to create a design system? How to hand off assets that your developers love? How to hand off components, not just assets?
This module explores how React can be used to streamline your design workflow, and improves your collaboration with engineers.
What is Redux? What is React Router? What is Webpack? How are they related in a project? What are life cycle methods of React? How to build and run an existing project? How to find and style components in it?
This module teaches some more advanced concepts of React, and shows you how to work with a project in a real world setting.
- Lachezar Petkov, UX designer
Clean explanation and illustrations of what is React and it's côté concepts ~ https://t.co/PtCs0bYs7u— Jérémy Buget (@jbuget) June 14, 2017
- Patrick Multani, Product Designer
Ask me about team pricing if you want to buy 3 or more licenses
If you are not completely satisfied with the courses, you can get 100% refund within 30 days of your purchase. No hard feelings!
- Lincoln Mitchell, Senior UX Architect
Super excited to create these courses to help you become a better designer!
I'm a full-stack developer who's learning design. I have 10+ years of experience in mobile, development/design tools and web development. I've been working on React Native since 2015, and building Android apps since 2007 before the first Android phone, HTC G1, was even available. I also contribute to React Navigation project, and write a blog about React.
I love teaching. I've authored a few courses at Treehouse and Lynda. My dark little secret: 😈 creating this course is also my special way to learn all things about design and React -- trying to explain things clearly has taken my understanding of the concepts to a whole new level.
Thrilled to be on this journey with you!
I'm a designer and animator. I draw inspiration from my dream diaries.
In my dreams, I saw mammoths chasing little bears on a circus. I managed to turn missiles launched from North Korea into splendid firework shows. I convinced the Emperor of Qing Dynasty to stop killing. I chatted with Prince Edwards in Chinese. I was left in awe by the weirdly breathtaking scenes made up of lily pads, lotus, water grass and pale dead fish...
What's in your dreams?
Why should a designer learn coding?
I encourage you to check out this post to hear other designers’ opinions.
Learning to code will help you become better at design. Armed with a better understanding of how things work, you will find the communication with developers much more efficient. Your design ideas would be more convincing and more respected. You can even design with code.
New skills you learn will open new doors. Trust me, it will be a new world of creativity!
What are the prerequisites of the course?
What if I am not satisfied?
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