Tonik Design Academy
It's never been easier to become a product designer. The tools are available for free, and so is the know-how. Yet, the aspiring designers trouble to break into the industry — why?
They learn alone; mastering the tools and designing made-up concepts instead of collaborating with people under real-life constrains.
That's why Tonik Design Academy exists — to teach them about the job from the inside.
In the industry where you don't need a degree to practice, many designers claim that they're "self-taught" to show off how they hustled their way through without anyone's help.
But that's not the full picture. Sure, they might not have had a formal tutor, but they still have gained from materials shared by others. So, my pitch debunks that myth.
Let's cut to the chase
The copy sounds casual. And it's also scannable because it's no longer than two lines for each point.
Bios often come off too serious — or too quirky. But these are perfectly balanced and snappy.
At last, a straightforward summary that also works as a press release.
Shout-out to the people who also worked on this project.