Graphics.com/Learning Publishes 100th Tutorial

Graphics.com/Learning has announced that its on-demand video library now contains more than 100 full-length tutorials for design-minded people.

Launched in May 2008, the site offers video content on a wide variety of design-related topics: Adobe Creative Suite tips and tricks, logo design, web design, layout, photo retouching, banner ad design, and a lot more. Graphics.com/Learning instructors are both successful practitioners and skilled teachers with classroom experience at such institutions as New York University, School of Visual Arts, Parsons the New School for Design, and the City College of New York. Subscribers can watch the videos, which are about 30 minutes each, at their convenience in their web browser. Prices are as follows: $19 for a monthly subscription, $180 for an annual.

Graphics.com/Learning’s subscriber base is as diverse as the site’s content. Users include branding professionals, in-house corporate designers, communications officials at universities and in government, freelance designers and students. More information, free examples and subscription details are available on the Graphics.com/Learning site. There is also an affiliate program through which owners of sites related to graphics and publishing can earn commissions on subscriptions they refer.

In addition, one-year subscriptions are amongst the prizes for winners of the two ongoing design contests on Graphics.com, the Philter Phrenzy and the Graphics.com Challenge.

If you have questions or suggestions regarding Graphics.com/Learning, please contact managing editor Ben Kessler at learning@graphics.com or 212-389-2028. You can also contact Ben if you are interested in becoming a Graphics.com/Learning instructor. If you’d like to get paid to present your expert design knowledge in a lively, engaging way, we want to hear from you.