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Uncover the visual tools at work everywhere so you can decipher then create beautiful design

Face it: the old “Frankendesign” approach isn’t working

We’ve all been there: you’re staring at a blank canvas, and suddenly everything is still. You can’t make a single move.

Meanwhile, visions of perfection float in your head, darting in and out of your consciousness. You can’t seem to grab them before they slip away. Even if you could, you fear you couldn’t make them reality.

Time is passing, and with it, you’re missing out on all of the other things you could be doing. You could be delivering your customers real value, but you can’t even seem to get started. Every moment that passes is money down the drain.

So, you do what every other person in your position does: you “steal.” You scour the library of screenshots and links from your “inspiration” vault, trying to find something that brings that vision back to your head. You download Bootstrap once again, and try to make your idea come to life.

And a new Frankendesign is born: a mishmash of a framework, stock icons, and fonts you picked seemingly at random, but that help make that Bootstrap look less “Bootstrap-ish.”

It might get you by, but it falls way short of your vision. You’ve put so much passion and energy into your product. It doesn’t feel right to put its soul into a body that’s so lifeless.

When you understand great design, you don’t have to “fiddle”

All of this wouldn’t be so frustrating if it just didn’t matter. If only design were just pretty decorations there just for the amusement of their maker.

These days, design is more important than ever for getting taken seriously. Look at any popular app you use day-to-day: from Facebook, to Twitter, and now even Google. The bar has been raised higher than ever. Good design is no longer a “nice-to-have.” Good design is a must.

To make things even more challenging, production timelines have gotten tighter and tighter. Teams are moving forward faster than ever, with disciplines like design and development converging on tasks like never before. You need design to contribute in today’s world – not only to stand out, but to even stay relevant.

Bad design destroys credibility

How has design managed to become such a critical skill in today’s world? It may seem as if design somehow creates value out of thin air.

It turns out, that’s pretty much what good design does. It gives you instant credibility.

In a pioneering study, B.J. Fogg – who started Stanford University’s “Persuasive Technology” Lab on Stanford’s always-sunny, sequoia-tree-lined campus, discovered that design is the most important factor customers use in determining the credibility of websites. Participants in the study reviewed websites, and commented on whether they found them to be credible or not.

Over 46% of all comments about whether someone trusted a site or not were about the visual design of the site.

People said sites they trusted were “more professional-looking,” or that they “just looked more credible.”

Do you have any idea how to make something “more professional-looking,” or “just look more credible?” Probably not. That’s why you’re here.

It’s amazing that in a world where we know so much, things as simple as fonts and colors still make little sense. When you ask a designer about them, you get descriptions as head-scratching as the comments from Fogg’s credibility study. Yeah, you get that this font is “cool,” but WHY!?

Still, you try. You scrape together articles, and capture samples of designs you like. You do little test projects, and annoy your designer friends trying to pick their brains. It feels like they’re not telling you everything – as if they’re a society of magicians, sworn to secrecy.

Or maybe, you might think, a sense of design is just something you have, or you don’t. You might think your brain is “just wired differently.”

You don’t have to have a degree to design

I’m David Kadavy, the guy behind this design course. I’ve been a part of this seemingly secret society of designers. I got my degree in Graphic Design, and I even won super-prestigious fancy-pants international awards for my work.

After systematically honing my design skills to deliver in the fast-paced grinders that are Silicon Valley startups, I decided to “open source” visual design. So, I wrote a book called Design for Hackers to break down the fundamentals of good design.

Finally, developers and programmers had a way to think about design that made sense for their brains. They were so hungry for this knowledge, D4H debuted in the top 20 on all of Amazon. My puny little “hacker” book was outselling Dick Cheney!

The readers I’ve talked to have learned how to design better, faster, and with more confidence in their decisions. I’ve talked to whole teams, in fact, who have stopped burning everyone’s time arguing arbitrarily in design meetings. They finally have a common vocabulary with which to make decisions and move on!

The one complaint I’ve heard over and over again from my readers, though, is that they struggle with having the time and the motivation to actually face design head-on and add that coveted “design pro” arrow to their quivers, once and for all.

You’ll learn design in easy-to-digest videos like this one on Visual Hierarchy. Here’s a short preview.



Whether you fear the blank canvas, or cringe whenever you get client feedback, the solution is to know your stuff when it comes to design.

D4H Video Lite arms you with an understanding of every little piece that comes together to make great design. Stop the guesswork, and start the know-work.

Design isn’t just for “creatives”

Many people (even designers) believe the myth that visual design is only for “visual thinkers,” “creatives,” or artists. The truth is, just like programming, math, and language, great design is simply a combination of key parts. Once you break down and understand these elements, you can put them together in a way that makes sense.

You don’t need a 4-year degree or a 300-page textbook to decipher and create beautiful design. Just learning the essential, actionable elements of design will transform how you view everything you see around you. Plus, you’ll know exactly where to start when staring down a looming project.

D4H Video is specifically designed to make the most of your precious time. I’ve condensed the concepts from Design for Hackers down to the essentials. Learn the most important elements of the D4H approach in videos that are around 5 minutes apiece, packed with up-to-date examples.

The core of the course is the Lite Package, which breaks down every little factor that comes together to create great design. The course is divided up into three modules and 20 lectures, to help you focus on each of those pieces one at a time.

To maximize your learning, I recommend the Motivation Overdrivepackage, which has everything you get in the Lite Package, but comes with challenges, and community access to really get these concepts programmed into your brain.


You know how much you want to take your design skills to the “pro” level, but that can seem so daunting. As much design advice as you pore over day-to-day, don’t you feel like you should be there by now?

The key is making manageable progress, getting that progress built into your habits, and ultimately translating those new skills to apply to your day-to-day work.

The Motivation Pack: Finally internalize design basics

The problem most people have when trying to learn design is they get overwhelmed. They see so much great design out there, but they can’t seem to break it down and understand it in a way that they can translate into great work of their own.

They just end up copying what they see, and feeling like impostors. Or, they end up reading a huge design textbook with no idea what to do next or how to actually apply what they’ve learned.

But the key to making progress is having that progress broken down into manageable chunks. That’s the crux of the Design For Hackers Video Course.

You’ll get only the essential pieces of design in to-the-point, short lessons and then steps for applying the lesson right away – so it becomes a seamless, automatic part of your design process.


The reason many beginning designers get overwhelmed is they don’t understand what they see. They know they’re seeing great design, but it’s not clear just what is happening to make that great design.

The Motivation Pack included in D4H Video Motivation Overdrive is designed to help you make comfortable progress, so you don’t get overwhelmed, and you can concentrate on the key components of making great design, one piece at a time.


A great designer can make decisions quickly, throwing together a beautiful design with seemingly little effort. When you ask them how they did that, it seems they can never tell you.

That’s because great design habits have been programmed into their brain by doing. They have internalized great design so well, they have no conscious awareness of how they’re actually doing it.

What if you didn’t have to power through years of designs to reach this level of mastery? What if you didn’t have to just “figure it out” for yourself, writhing in agony with each new blank canvas?

The Motivation Pack is designed to give you design challenges you can do easily, building the micro-skills behind doing great design, one at a time.

Each lecture is accompanied with a 10-Minute Challenge that helps program the concepts into your brain. You set a timer for 10 minutes, and do the challenge within that set time. The focused work kills design overwhelm, and the short time frame keeps you motivated. Finally, the little pieces of design will feel easy to you.


Are you consistent with practicing design? Most people find themselves sorting through design articles and books in long sprints. By the end, they’re mentally exhausted, they aren’t sure what they’ve learned, and they don’t have the energy to try again tomorrow.

What they should be doing is making a habit out of learning design. Research shows that you’ll have an easier time making a habit of something if you start small.

If you’ve ever tried to start a workout program, chances are you worked out really hard for a day, then totally burnt yourself out. You didn’t have the energy to keep the program going.

The Motivation Pack comes with a 5-week schedule that will help you make a habit out of learning design.

Instead of trying to binge on design, we recommend watching one video per day, followed by a 10-minute challenge. This will guide you through understanding the framework behind design, and keep you from getting burnt out.

Community Overdrive: Community & Camaraderie

The Motivation Pack helps you learn the tiny micro-skills that make someone a great designer. But, structured practice will only get you so far. The important stages of your growth as a designer will come as you apply what you learn to your day-to-day work.


Just when you think you’re making progress in a design, you get stuck. It happens to everyone. As much as you might try to bounce ideas off of a friend or colleague, something just isn’t right. You’re designing in a vaccum.

What you need is access to people who can use the same design vocabulary as you. Concepts like alignment, scaling, and white space might get thrown around your conference room now and then, but unless those words are backed up by true knowledge and understanding, you’re likely to get nowhere.

D4H Video’s private community, Community Overdrive, is full of motivated students like yourself who are working to master all of the components of great design, and apply those to their day-to-day work.

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Whatever you’re doing with your new design skills, there’s someone in the community who is having the same challenges. The community is full of developers, designers, writers, product managers, business consultants, and even a chef! Design for Hackers, founder, creator, and instructor, David Kadavy, is also very active in the community.

Finally, when you get stuck, there’s somewhere to turn. Get quick feedback on your work from a community that shares your new design vocabulary.


Beyond the structured learning of the Motivation Pack, and the focused feedback you’ll get in Community Overdrive, sometimes it’s better to just chat face-to-face.

Hangouts are a great opportunity to work through complex challenges related to client management, personal branding, or simply getting more feedback on your designs. Talk face-to-face with your classmates, and David Kadavy himself.

Hangouts currently occur about once per month. You’ll even have access to the archive of past Hangouts.


Connections you make in the D4H community can last a lifetime. Month after month, you’ll grow along with your classmates, and veteran members have been at it for years.

Most online communities like this charge a monthly fee, but, since you’ll be one of the pioneering members of the community, you’ll get lifetime access to the group with just one payment.


An airtight design point-of-view will make you a great designer, but you have to make design work for your business.

There’s no substitute for personal attention from an expert who has seen it all.

Design Makeover: See D4H in action on your site

With the lectures, challenges, and community support of Motivation Overdrive, you can get the D4H concepts built into your thinking, but what if you want to jumpstart your results, and see these methods in action on your site?

The Design Makeover screencast will do just that for you. I’ll break down and provide feedback on your website, mobile app, or even a proposal you’re using to land a big client. If there are big gains to be made by tweaking white space and alignment, I’ll mock you up a better solution by coding right in my browser, or pushing some things around in Photoshop.

You’ll be amazed at the magical results you can get from a few minutes with an expert. Check out the Design Makeover I did for Mixergy.

Hangout One-on-one: Face-to-face feedback

You can learn a lot from a custom makeover, or even in the D4H Community’s regular Hangouts, but sometimes there’s no substitute for a one-on-one, face-to-face.

With the Custom Consultant package, you get one 30-minute call, Skype session, or Hangout (your choice), to talk directly with me. I can help you bust through emotional barriers in your design process, help your whole team improve cross-disciplinary communication, or tell you exactly how to go about building a business around your passions.


Because of the extremely hands-on nature of D4H Video Custom Consultant, spots are limited. Remember, if we sell out, you can still do a lot to build your ecosystem of success with D4H Video Motivation Overdrive. You’ll be surrounding yourself with more than 100 community members motivated to get better through design.

But, if you want that extra push that can boost your success and help you reach your goals faster than ever, grab one of the limited Custom Consultant spots. Click the “Buy Now” button below to see if there are any spots left.

I guarantee your satisfaction

Every day, I get up with the mission of blowing your mind with design insights you’ll never see anywhere else. I’ve dedicated the past several years of my life to perfecting the craft of explaining the mysterious world of design in the most engaging, eye-opening, and effective way possible.

I stand by the things I make. If what you pay for just doesn’t do it for you – if you feel the things you learn won’t pay off for you hundreds if not thousands of times over in your lifetime, I can’t accept your money. Let me know at [email protected] within 60 days of purchase, and I’ll send your money back.

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