If we went back to school, it would be here: The Define School has a knack for making their classes wildly inspirational, easily accessible, and visually appealing, a combination that's much harder than it looks. Their emphasis on connection and mentorship is a beacon for the industry. All Define School classes are completely online and take place within a private forum. The beauty of The Define School is how flexible courses are, while still allowing students to be part of a community and receive direct feedback from their teacher. Instructors send lessons out on Mondays, assignments are due on Sundays, and students can read, practice, share, and participate in the forum whenever is best for them throughout the week. Most students spend about 3-5 hours per week on their class. To start their fall registration with a bang, The Define School is offering one lucky Design Aglow reader the opportunity to attend the October class of their choice...for free! The winner can choose any of their six courses but must email The Define School at firstname.lastname@example.org before registration opens on September 30th at 12 PM EST to receive the class of their choice. (Please note: after registration opens, the winner will be limited to whichever courses have open seats, and classes are expected to sell out.)
To enter, head to the comments on this post, and do one (or both) of the following:
• Add a comment about which Define School course you'd love to take.
• Link to a Facebook post sharing THIS post with your friends and followers. (Make sure your settings are not set to private, so that we can verify your share.)
2 entries (one comment and one link to a Facebook post) permitted per person, please. Contest ends at 5 pm on Friday, September 27th. Best of luck! Click here for official contest rules.
When I was in college, I had a friend who was a professional photographer. The first time I went to her home, I walked in to find stunning photographs of her children on the walls.
There was a huge canvas in their living room and a creative photo display in the main hallway. I remember being so moved by the beauty of those images, thinking to myself, “I want to create images like this!” I bought myself a DSLR as a graduation present, learned photography from online courses and started my photography business about a year later.