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- Branding Team Awesome3 PostsView Learning Guide...
Team Awesome is the name of the group of instructors within the Design & Illustration section of Tuts+ and any of those who feel they're a regular reader/community member in the section.
We're passionate about teaching design and want to show you how we're going about branding Team Awesome as an imaginary company.