The Skool teaches business to creatives. Whether it’s process, sales, confidence or leadership we do it with entertaining and actionable videos and workshops.
Learn to sell like a boss. From proposals to estimates we teach you how to win.
Keep your projects on track. Learn how controlling the strategy process increases your revenue and client satisfaction.
From designing brand identity to building a web app we break the process down into simple and actionable steps.
Our team lives the business of design collectively with over 40 years of creative entrepreneurial leadership.
Jose Caballer is the Chief Education Officer at The Skool, an online education movement that aims to teach designers, developers & marketers how to collaborate, execute and thrive in the digital economy.
He is the product of a mother who was a teacher and a father who was a preacher mixed in with a graphic design education at Art Center College of Design.
He took a front row seat in the .COM boom working at Razorfish, one of the first digital agencies where he went from designer to Design Director of the Los Angeles office by the age of 28. In 2001, he left Razorfish to start The Groop – a boutique digital agency that allowed him to work with Al Gore, Jamie Oliver, Thomas Keller of The French Laundry, Alice Waters of Chez Panisse/The Edible School Yard Project, corporate clients such as Disney, News Corp’s Myspace and over 30 start-ups including Causecast and Savings.com.
Today, Jose combines his 16 years of experience as a web designer and his passion for teaching to share the gospel of Web Design on his popular weekly show This Week in Web Design on YouTube. He has also helped train hundreds of freelancers, agencies and companies at fun and dynamic workshops, LIVE webinars and online videos at The Skool.
Chris Do is an Emmy award winning designer, founder and CEO of Blind, Inc., where he oversees the creative and strategic direction of the company.
Mr. Do currently serves on the board and is an advisor for organizations including: AIGA/LA, Emmys Motion & Title Design Peer Group, Otis Board of Governors, Saleshood, Santa Monica College and Woodbury University.
He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in Graphics/Packaging, where he has taught Sequential Design for over a decade. He’s lectured at: California Institute of the Arts, LA Art Institute, Siggraph, Otis College of Design, MGLA, Cal State Los Angeles/Northridge and San Diego City College.
Prior to forming Blind, Mr. Do worked at Cole & Weber, Seattle as an Art Director, Epitaph Records as a designer and freelance designer at broadcast design firm, Novocom and R/GA LA under Kyle Cooper on main titles such as The Island of Dr. Moreau, Celtic Pride and Eraser.
Nicole is a User Experience Designer passionate about technology startups, education & music. Based in Los Angeles CA., she is a Design Thinker @ The Skool, an online education movement that teaches businesses, designers, developers & marketers how to collaborate, execute and thrive in the digital economy. She is also a producer on the weekly Youtube show The Skool LIVE.
In 2011 she decided to follow her passion for design and entrepreneurship when she founded MusicBoxe, an online music studio that turned creating a song into a simple and social experience. She has also previously served as the Director of Marketing @ Buzz Interactive, an interactive agency that that helps brands create better conversations & connect with their consumers.
We have trained thousands of creative people all over the world in the
business of design via workshops, lectures and on YouTube.
How do you engage us? From value packed downloadable kits and group training to customized consulting for organizations of all sizes we have a solution that matches your needs.
Our kits help freelancers transition to agency and agencies grow up.
Our workshops help teams better integrate across departments.
We help coach and mentor teams to handle more with less.
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