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Turns out, of the 2,000+ folks who use DesignBoost training today, over one-half are self-described developers. Some with a background in mobile, others with web background and still others with C, Java etc. What all of these people have in common is a desire to create products with an excellent user experience and visual design. Through this experience of working with the developer community I can say with confidence that developers can learn design fundamentals that result in a professionally designed product. Pretty cool!
Could you figure out how to design stuff doing research on your own? Sure. Could you waste a lot of time? Definitely. DesignBoost is a place where all of the fluff has been removed to give a hands-on “learn by doing” environment.
Hardware requirements are pretty loose – you can work on a Mac or PC. I’d recommend a newer machine that can handle processing large graphics files.