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Become a designer today with lifetime access to 200 online courses for less than $20

There's something really appealing about a career in design. You can square that part of your brain that loves art and making things look pretty with the part of your brain that worries about
paying bills and making rent.

Although it can be hard to break into a design career, there are a handful of particular skills that employers in the field look for. Taking some online courses, like ones in this eduCBA Design & Multimedia Lifetime Subscription Bundle will help you learn a lot of what you need to know.

Part of the reason design and multimedia have exploded in recent years is that marketers have to keep finding more and more creative ways to engage their audiences. If you want to make art that lots of people will see, working in design is a more lucrative career than trying to make it big on DeviantArt
The eduCBA bundle includes more than 200 courses that will get you primed and ready to go out on design job interviews by helping you learn about tools like Photoshop, InDesign, CAD, Maya, Flash, CorelDraw, Unity, Mocha, and more. Whether it's architecture or video games or even animation that interests you most, this bundle has you covered.
It can be hard to motivate yourself with online classes, but the eduCBA bundle makes it more manageable by giving you mock tests and online quizzes that keep you engaged. Plus, when you finish a course, you get a certificate of completion to remind you of your accomplishment. (And if that's not enough motivation, think of how motivated you'll be once you know the skills in this bundle can help you score a freelance gig that lets you work from home 24/7.)
Normally, these 200 courses would cost about $800 to complete, but if you enroll today, you can get a lifetime subscription to everything that comes in the eduCBA Design & Multimedia Bundle for just $19


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