We’re looking for graphic designers to teach video-based courses at Tuts+. Get paid a competitive rate to share your knowledge and experience with Tuts+ students. If you’re a logo designer, and have a compelling workflow to teach, then reach out to us. We’re also looking for graphic design professionals and illustration topic experts.
Teach a Tuts+ Graphic Design Course
Our graphic design courses teach students through hands-on projects—blending solid creative techniques with innovative digital workflows. You’ll teach students design concepts and skills that they will apply directly into their work—boosting their practical knowledge and the quality of their creative output.
Tuts+ courses provide students with in-depth video training on a specific topic. Here’s how the process works:
- Create 90+ minutes of video-based teaching
- Present with screencasts and slides
- Organize your course into chapters and bite-size lessons
- Teach skills comprehensively from start to finish
- Get paid a competitive rate for producing your course
Here are just a few of the topics we’re recruiting instructors to teach:
- Logo Design and Branding
- Typography and Graphic Design
- Software and Creative Workflows
- Innovative Digital Techniques
- Illustrative Graphic Design Styles
We’re interested in your design and illustration course ideas, so whether your skill set falls within the list above or just outside it, let us know. Our editorial team will work with you every step of the way, from your initial course idea through to publication.
Complete our Instructor Application Form to apply now.
Use this form to register your interest in this role. Outline your strengths, link to your portfolio, and send a compelling course idea our way.
Applications close on November 21st, but the sooner you can get your application in, the better! We'll be reaching out to promising candidates as quickly as possible.
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