– Flutter for Designers


Flutter is a relatively new toolkit that makes it easy to build cross-platform apps that look gorgeous and is easy to use. By utilizing a platform’s native components we’ll build an app that can run on both iOS and Android that will look and feel like it was developed natively. Furthermore we’ll see how with one single codebase, Flutter provides us with native performance, hot reload for fast development, and access to beautiful, native components.

Much like SwiftUI and React, Flutter uses a declarative UI making it one of the best frameworks for rapid design and development. This is why this course was designed for both designers and developers. We’ll explore how to create apps for both major mobile operating systems, Android and iOS, with Flutter and its easy-to-learn Dart programming language. This course is beginner-friendly and will help you dip your toes into the ever-expanding ocean that is Flutter. We’ve packed this course with design tricks and efficient workflows to help you build great user interfaces in record time.

The design file is in Figma, project assets, and Flutter source code is shared with you so that you can compare against your own progress.




Our Price: $2.99


Size: 6.12 GB


While this course is beginner friendly, it will help to have some programming experience, especially one utilizing a declarative UI. If you’re coming from a SwiftUI or React/React Native background, then you should find Flutter and Dart really easy to understand.

In this course, I am running a beta of macOS Big Sur and Xcode 12, as well as Android Studio 4.0.1. Luckily, Flutter has been around for quite some time so it is not required that you use beta applications as I’m sure macOS Catalina and Xcode 11 will work just as well. We’ll be using Android Studio to develop our Flutter app so I will guide you in downloading each of the above applications as well as the Flutter and Dart SDK.