Whether you are learning, being inspired or just keeping up with the current trends, YouTube has become a powerful tool for receiving information. Enjoy our picks of YouTube channels made especially for the graphic designer audience.
This channel gives you Photoshop and Illustrator design tutorials, delivered by the designer Chris Spooner, who shares his hacks and tricks in using these programs.
Asm shares three videos per week, with useful tips about photography and graphic design, which are his areas of expertise.
These guys are delivering talks about creative entrepreneurship and all of its pros and cons, giving your feed a creative feed on your home page. Look them up.
As a freelance graphic designer, specialized in logo design, Mohamed shares his work with you, the process of visual branding and some handy tutorials.
Daniel White loves to talk, and is very good at keeping your attention. This YouTube channel is developed in a form of a podcast, and it gives you Daniels personal insights that help you develop your skills.
Cute accent that covers a variety of topics - from graphic design tutorials, through different techniques, illustrations, logo design, all the way to product design. Find inspiration, learn more about Photoshop and Illustrator, and boost your creative potential.
Zimri makes designs. And stuff. He shares with his audience every day, approaching in a fun and casual manner, and translates love towards design in his visual work. A peek into his projects and his experience with Adobe Illustrator.
Arun Kumar does all kinds of designs, but what is new with him is how he uses Cinema 4D and after effects to create animated logo designs. About twice a week you can see tutorials and participate in his work.
A channel dedicated to inspiring is also a perfect place to learn. Not only about Photoshop and Illustrator, but also about a challenging but lovely InDesign.
Ilya Dji shares his work with the community. He is also giving out free tutorials about graphic design, motion design, film making, VFX, and many more.
What do you think about our selection? What are your preferred channels? Do you have a channel of your own, that you would like us to share? Tell us in the comments below.
Author: Nina Petrov