The Ultimate Beginners Guide – How to Become a Professional Web Designer!
The Ultimate Beginners Guide – How to Become a Professional Web Designer!
No need for expensive software or an art degree. All we ask is that you come with a commitment to learn, a computer and a bit of time. 


We donate a % of the income of this course to deaf charity foundations and communities

Being deaf doesn’t have to create boundaries.
What you’ll learn:
  • In depth training on how to use the 2 most powerful UI design tools, Sketch and InVision, and their most in demand features starting from the fundamentals
  • Learn how to collaborate with team members on Sketch and InVision
  • The design principles behind web design and mapping
  • 19 amazing UI elements that enhance user experience
  • The most important things to look for in a design branding guide
  • The most constructive way to debrief a client project
  • The most effective, foolproof anatomy for a landing page
  • The 4 main responsibilities of a web designer
  • Tips to nurture your creativity and stay on top of design trends
  • Create 2 highly converting, visually stunning and on-brand websites as part of your course assignments
This course includes:
  • 4 hours of on-demand video
  • 360 degree lessons on Design Basics, Sketch and InVision
  • 30 topics
  • Lifetime access
  • Certificate of completion
  • Assignments
  • Quizzes to check your understanding
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Web design falls at the intersection of creativity, branding, user experience and technology.
Thanks to collected data and input from creatives worldwide, we’ve peeked into the future, and it’s clear that the demand for web designers will exponentially grow as everything shifts online.

If you’re an aspiring individual with hearing loss, then look no further. The creative industry embraces diversity and thrives because of its vibrant community. This course was made to uncover your true potential and launch your career by providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the web design fundamentals.

No need for expensive software or an arts degree. All we ask is that you come with a commitment to learn, a computer and a bit of time.

If you’re someone who:

  • Is interested in web design but doesn’t have the experience to enter the professional world
  • Is an experienced web designer and would like some refreshers on Sketch and InVision
  • Is curious about the endless opportunities in the creative industry and looking for professional growth

Then this course is your perfect match!

The course does not assume any prior experience and you’ll be starting from square one. By the end, you’ll have mastered the full set of skills that professional web designers use every day to create beautiful, functional websites for their clients. You’ll also create your very own web designs on the Sketch and InVision platforms that looks great on all devices.

So what are you waiting for?
It’s time to take 100% control of your future as a professional (deaf) web designer

Educational Background

Marvin studied at De La-Salle College of Saint Benilde and graduated with a Degree in Bachelor of Applied Deaf Studies specialized in Computer Graphic Arts and Technology

During his time there, he worked on creative exhibitions that were featured in the Deaf Festival and was a representative of SDEAS (School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies). He achieved special recognition on the Dean’s List from 2011 to 2014, and received an honorable mention on his graduation day.

👨‍🎓Teacher – Marvin Velasco

Marvin Velasco is a remarkable deaf Filipino UI/UX designer born and raised in Muntinlupa City, the Philippines. 

Growing up with hearing loss, he struggled to communicate and express his creative ideas. But in spite of his hurdles, he has built a successful career for himself in the creative industry at a relatively young age. 

To date, he has designed websites for more than 150+ different clients from all over the world. Adding more clients under his belt every single week. Some of his most recent and notable projects have been for flourishing companies 

“The world is large enough for us to create success in life, work, and make our families proud.” — Marvin Velasco

Marvin’s work revolves around his vision to help the deaf community have more opportunities. He has been very passionate about this course and wants to make sure that deaf people are given equal opportunities like everyone else. Particularly in a competitive field like UX design.


🌲Early Life

His hearing loss came about when his mom contracted measles during her pregnancy. According to doctors, this affected his early development which made him unable to speak and hear.

He experienced difficulties in his early schooling, especially when it came to communicating and fostering relationships with people. But he eventually found an inclusive and supportive community in the Philippines School for the Deaf. His education there opened doors for Marvin and his family as they were taught fingerspelling and sign language.  Marvin’s drive and passion for self-expression and communication ultimately led him to the creative arts, where an illustrious career was waiting for him.


“​​The world is quickly expanding opportunities for working remotely. There are truly no limits to what you can achieve, regardless of your disadvantages. So I hope that you’ll carry everything you will learn from my work with you into your career.” 
Marvin Velasco


Marvin’s love of drawing is what motivated him to pursue a career in design.

“It’s always been my way of self-expression. It’s the language that allows people to understand who I am, my feelings and my ideas. From there, it evolved to what I’m doing now,” said Marvin. 

Marvin has created engaging digital content for clients locally and abroad. His extensive portfolio features digital art, graphics, web designs, store designs, photo manipulation and printing designs for clients locally and abroad. 

 He has also worked with iconic brands such as Jollibee, Greenwich, and Chowking.

 “​​My disability has certainly helped me advance my career and connect with others. It certainly didn’t stop me from pursuing my interests,” said Marvin. 

 Currently, he is working closely with front-end developers and the management team of DotYeti to produce creative web- &, UI/UX designs that elevate user experience. His work has helped clients strengthen their online presence and skyrocket their online engagement among target audiences. 

He now has his first web design workshop—a passion project of his—to help other people with hearing loss develop the skills they need to become a professional web designer. 

Marvin’s Portfolio