Design+Code — Learn to Design and Code for iOS 11

Design+Code — Learn to Design and Code for iOS 11


Design+Code is an interactive book & app that teaches you how to design an app. It includes in-depth lessons that will help you learn how to design and code beautiful user interfaces (UIs) for iOS 11, and is designed for beginner folks who do not know coding yet.

Design+Code helps you grasp the basic principles of design, along with the concepts of colors, typography, and icons. The book is not only updated for the latest technologies used by Apple today, including Swift 4 and Xcode 9, but also makes use of popular apps like Sketch — so you’re learning the tools that the pros use. The curriculum is intelligently curated such that you learn to build the very app you’re learning from. It includes four chapters that take you from the conceptual stages to the final phases of submitting the app to the iOS App Store.

Design+Code includes:

  • Over 44 hours of videos, with captions
  • 100,000 words and images, all of which are searchable and bookmarkable.
  • 100+ Sketch files and Xcode projects available for download.
  • Quizzes to test your knowledge with 40+ questions.
  • Ability to use the app offline.

If you don’t have an iPhone or iPad yet, fret not. You can still use Design+Code and learn to design and code for iOS 11. The entire curriculum is available on the web too.

Design+Code is available as a subscription, starting at $12/month with monthly billing, $9/month with half-yearly billing and $6/month with yearly billing. All subscriptions come with a Free, 7-Day trial that you can cancel anytime. Subscriptions through the iOS app are handled by iTunes while the ones on the website are handled by Stripe or PayPal.

As a bonus, you also get 20% off Sketch, 80% off Angle, and Free Invision Pro for 6 months.

Get the Design+Code app from the App Store

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Preshit Deorukhkar is the former Editor-in-Chief of Beautiful Pixels. He is now a Freelance Consultant, Principal at iXyr Media & SharpShutter Media. You can reach him on Twitter @preshit