A Bit About Me.

My name is Nandu Sharma, I am a professional Design tutor / Sr. Graphics Designer/ Visualizer having experience of 11 years in Design Industry. I have started private home tutoring services since 2008 and till now have been trained almost more than 100 students in Mumbai. I enjoy creative challenges and projects that involve imagination. I like to design and visualize fantasy worlds, both real and virtual.

I am committed to give 100% and I believe that the best resource unexploited is the human brain. And it is responsibility of a teacher to teach and draw the interest of the student in the subject. Due to my exposure in Graphic Design it is my first priority that student should understand the concept of design, colour, guidelines and basic tools. As result student get real insight and interest in the subject. I assure 100% COMPREHENSIVE and PRACTICAL approach of education rather than a memory tank worm.

To provide total designing solution to our Students aimed at improving his overall efficiency by Using the latest technological tools available and taking utmost care of quality and timeliness, which I believe result in Students delight.

All you need is One hour a day

Our Program / Courses

Design goes way beyond software and there is a lot of theory behind it. In this introductory course, you’ll learn the basics needed to create an amazing and real design. After participating in this course, you’ll finally understand more about design and gain the ability to see the world in a different way.

From the history of communication to the 5 basics principles of design, if you really want to learn design this is the perfect course for you! This course offers practical demonstrations of how to use Photoshop and Illustrator software in your design business.

Fluently asked questions

  • Design software’s needed!
  • Computer or Laptop with Mouse needed!
  • Bring an open mind and thirst for knowledge.
  • What is design?
  • What isn’t design?
  • What does a designer do?
  • What is the difference between design and art?
  • Must a designer know how to draw?
  • Design process
  • The basic elements
  • The five main principles of design
  • How to identify design elements in the wild
  • How to see design thru new eyes
  • No prior knowledge needed
  • Anyone interested in learning about design
There are many definitions to what design is, and although I try and explain, first we need some more background information to tackle this question once more on the next lecture. In summary, “design is a way to communicate an idea or concept, using design processes, elements and principles.”
Design isn’t just software usage. You don’t have to be a master artist to be a designer.
In a short, quick, answer: no. But it’s not an easy question to answer.
Design has several branches, and these are graphic, product, web, fashion, game, motion and so much more. I tackle the main 3: graphic, web and product.
A designer will be presented with a problem he must solve visually, and he must do so following a design project.
No, but knowing how to sketch (even if badly) is important to quickly convey a message.
With all the information in the past and present lectures, it’s slightly easier to answer this question.
Just a short example out of the infinite things a designer can do.
It gives value to your design, it helps present your work, it keeps you organized and productive, it establishes credibility and creates value.
The Rational Model and the Action-Centric Model. In this class we’ll brush over both models and explain what they are.
Different authors have different opinions, but there are 6 basic ones we’ll see in the next class: line, form, colour, texture, mass, and space.
There are about 5 design principles that help the designer better communicate a message. They are: alignment, balance, contrast, proximity and repetition. In this class, we’ll cover the basics of each one.

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