Prologue

Main slogan: 1,500+ life-changing classes. 650+ industry-leading experts. 10+ million students. Creative classes, inspiration, and tips in: photo & video, art & design, music & audio, craft & maker, money & life.

We believe there’s a creator in all of us. From the moment we struck fire, we met our challenges with creative tools. We make dreams come true, problem-solve, and express ourselves through creativity. It shapes our identity and ties us together. Creativity gives us hope – helps us innovate and imagine. It’s how we change the world.

Their mission: We champion creators to live their dreams.

Departments: 

  • On Air
  • Classes 
  • Articles
  • For Business
  • In Studio
  • Community
  • Photography guides
  • Instructors, stories, press
  • Careers

The Story

In 2009, Chase Jarvis and Craig Swanson started kicking around the idea of making workshops to inspire and support people with the tools to develop their creative skills. The goal was to take a fresh approach to education – to give anyone interested access to visionaries, leaders, and professionals who are doing the work.

So they experimented. In December of that year, the team rolled out a Jason Hoppe Photoshop class and the class actually drove “bacon” to one of the top trending terms for the day on Twitter. The amount of traffic driven to our pages validated for the team that we had an audience – that we were onto something.

  • April 2010: Creative Live opens up Seattle studios
  • December 2010: Fist live wedding class shot on location generates over 150,000 viewers. 
  • October 2012: Business channel launches with Ramit Sethi, Tim Ferriss, and Lewis Howes. 
  • February 2013: Inaugural Photoshop week: 6-day conference, 13 instructors including Lindsay Adler, over 40 classes
  • June 2013: San Fransisco studio opens with “Secrets of Silicon Valley”.
  • 2014: Live broadcast from WPWP in Las Vegas
  • 2014: Interviewed Lil Bub at SXSW
  • January 2016: Live broadcast with Red Bull at Lake Tahoe
  • September 2016: Partnership with Starbucks Double Shot to highlight creative innovators from YouTube
  • October 2016: Launched iOS and tvOS apps
  • March 2017: Hit 1,000,000 followers on Facebook

Creative Live Review

On Air

This section offers free live classes so you can start learning for free today. You can join thousands of students and get your questions answered by the instructors.

Our classes are free to watch during their live broadcast. We support the free live broadcast by recording the class in HD and making the edited recordings available for purchase. 
They also regularly re-broadcast older classes for free, you can find the upcoming schedule on the On Air page. 
 
This is a great chance to test drive the classes before you commit in buying. A feature that not many other companies offer. There is a schedule in place so you can prepare to watch the classes on time.

Examples:

Monday, July 16th: 

  • Photo & video – building your photography business for under $3,000 with Kathy Holcombe
  • Art & design – drawing fundamentals with Amy Wynne
  • Money & life – morning yoga kickstart with Koya Webb
  • Music & audio – the working musician playbook with Matt Halpern

Tuesday, July 17th: 

  • Money & life – yoga strength basics for beginners with Dylan Werner
  • Art & design – color techniques for drawing with Cleo Papanikolas
  • Music & audio – recording rock vocals with Andrew Wade
  • Money & life – how to sell the way your customer buys with Shari Levitin
  • Photo & video – photography 101 with SLR Lounge, Pye Jirsa
  • Craft & Maker – build a successful creative blog with April Bowles-Olin
  • Money & life – restore & rejuvenate with Carling Harps

Classes

*Purchasing a class provides you with lifetime, on-demand access to download or stream the class lessons.

You can browse the classes or filter by:

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  • Best sellers
  • Top Rated
  • Upcoming
  • On sale
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  • Conferences
  • Learning Paths
creative live photo & video classes

Photography & video

Take beautiful photos, run your business.

929 classes, 1.43M students, 26K projects

There’s a separate section with Trending Photography Classes which are highly-rated by Creative Live students.

Photo & Video topics:

  • Fundamentals – 85 classes
  • Lighting – 107 classes
  • Adobe Photoshop – 273 classes
  • Portrait photography – 127 classes
  • Outdoor photography – 55 classes
  • Wedding photography – 69 classes
  • Adobe Lightroom – 67 classes
  • Camera guides – 74 classes
  • Videography – 43 classes
  • Family & lifestyle – 64 classes
  • Free photography – 43 classes
  • Food photography – 9 classes
  • Adobe Premiere Pro, adventure & sports
  • Aerial & drone, architecture, beginner
  • Business, camera guides, Canon tutorials
  • Commercial, documentary, filmmaking
  • Final Cut Pro X, fine art, food, glamour & beauty
  • Low key lighting, macro, maternity, natural light
  • Newboprn, Nikon tutorials, pets, posing
  • Post-processing, Sony tutorials, speedlights
  • Wildlife, IPhoneography

Most Popular Photo & Video Classes:

  • Fundamentals of photography with John Greengo – $119
  • Adobe Photoshop CC: the complete guide with Ben Willmore – $119
  • Posing 101 with Lindsay Adler – $95
  • 28 days of portrait photography with Sue Bryce – $179
  • Newborn photography bootcamp with Kelly Brown – $179

A partnership with Apple Photo Lab: Crafting your Shot co-created with Chase Jarvis, CreativeLive’s founder and CEO.

An in-person photo education session co-created with Apple — now available in more than 500 Apple stores worldwide. This interactive, hands-on learning experience gives you access to Chase’s best photography tips & tricks and is brought to life by Apple’s creative team

Examples of classes:

iPhoneX: The quick guide to great photos & video with Chase Jarvis, $9, 22K students, 93% recommend it, 46 student work

Learning paths for photographers:

Paths are classes combined together to fill the needs of a certain topic.

Examples:

Wedding photographer – Take the reins no matter what chaos a wedding throws at you. Top wedding photographers give you the tools and techniques of the trade and strategies to break into the business, $337, 5 classes, 48,000 students.

Classes included: The art of being a second shooter, wedding photography starter kit, the complete wedding photographer experience, posing 101: couples, weddings, and families, from capture to print.

Other paths:

  • Become an outdoor photographer – $206
  • How to get started in photography – $128
creative live art design classes

Art & Design

Design compelling brands, create engaging experiences.

192 classes, 302K students, 2K projects.

There’s a separate section with Trending Art & Design Classes which are highly-rated by Creative Live students.

Art & Design topics:

  • Drawing & Illustration – 38 classes
  • Design fundamentals – 57 classes
  • Adobe Illustrator – 84 classes
  • Web & UX Design – 34 classes
  • Branding – 22 classes
  • Lettering & typography – 25 classes
  • Color
  • Design projects – 88 classes
  • After Effcets, business, inspiration, design thinking
  • Fashion design, graphic desgin, InDesign
  • Logo design, motion graphics, Photoshop
  • Software, typography, WordPress

Most Popular Design Classes:

  • Designing your life: how to build a well-lived, joyful life with Bill Burnett & Dave Evans – $179
  • Basics of Adobe CC: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign with Jason Hoppe – $53
  • Design surface patterns from scratch with Bonnie Christine – $59
  • Fast and effective UX design: learn the process with Jose Caballer – $29
  • A brand called you with Debbie Millman – $53

Learning paths for designers:

Paths are classes combined together to fill the needs of a certain topic.

Examples:

Design for small businessesEven on a tight budget and with little to no resources, you can learn to brand your business and create your own comprehensive marketing materials. $151, 5 classes, 14,600 students.

Classes included: social media and web graphics made easy, logo design for your small business, branding 101: the complete toolkit, how to create marketing materials, how to design business cards

Other paths:

  • Learn graphic design – $169
  • Learn visual design with Parsons at the New school – $399
creative live music & audio classes

Music & Audio

Master the basics of engineering. Up your songwriting game.

98 classes, 99K students.

There’s a separate section with Trending Music & Audio Classes which are highly-rated by Creative Live students.

Music & Audio topics:

  • Studio pass – 38 classes
  • Sound mixing – 36 classes
  • Guitar recording – 30 classes
  • Electronic – 29 classes
  • Pro Audio software – 27 classes
  • Music business – 8 classes
  • Songwriting – 18 classes
  • Drums – 18 classes
  • Ableton Live
  • Rock, audio engineering, Avid Pro Tools
  • Bass, Cubase, electronic music production
  • FI studio, learn to DJ, live sound mixing
  • Logic Pro, recording drums, synth, vocals

Most Popular Music & Audio Classes:

  • Studio pass: periphery with Adam Getgood, Matt Halpern – $59
  • Studio pass with Joey Sturgis – $59

Learning paths for musicians & artists:

Paths are classes combined together to fill the needs of a certain topic.

Examples:

Become a rock/metal producerDense arrangements, fast tempos, and low tunings make producing modern rock and metal a tough job for even the experienced. Learn to master studio-tested techniques from today’s top producers. $253, 5 classes, 10,600 students.

Classes included: recording rock guitars, rock vocals, fundamentals of drum tuning and recording, mixing master class, fix it in the mix

Other paths:

  • Become an electronic music producer – $206
  • How to start a podcast – $158
creative live craft & maker classes

Craft & Maker

Create with your hands. Market your craft.

181 classes, 232K students, 3K projects.

There’s a separate section with Trending Crafting & DIY Classes which are highly-rated by Creative Live students.

Craft & Maker topics:

  • Sewing – 21 classes
  • Mixed media – 33 classes
  • Business – 67 classes
  • Marketing – 49 classes
  • Jewelry Design – 14 classes
  • Knitting & crochet
  • Scrapbooking – 23 classes
  • Floral design – 10 classes
  • Cake decorating, calligraphy, cross-stitching
  • Embroidery, Etsy, fabric crafts, fashion design
  • Hand lettering, holiday & party crafts, interior design
  • Paper craft ideas, quilting, stamping, making
  • Surface pattern design, upcycling ideas

Most Popular Music & Audio Classes:

  • How to make a living selling what you make with Megan Auman – $119
  • Craft photography fundamentals with Candice Stringham – $59
  • Hand lettering 101 with Annica Lydenberg – $29

Learning paths for crafters:

Paths are classes combined together to fill the needs of a certain topic.

Examples:

Learn to drawDrawing is more than a hobby — it can be a fundamental skill to add to your portfolio. Learn how to make drawing a habit and bring your creative ideas to life. $184, 8 classes, 27,100 students.

Classes included: drawing fundamentals, cross contour lines and ellipses, perspective and angle, tonality and shadows, color fundamentlas, illustrating characters and the stories they tell, drawing the everyday, drawing hacks in Illustrator CC for non-artists

Other paths:

  • Launch your craft business – $235
  • How to make money as a freelancer – $249
creative live money & life classes

Money & Life

Grow your business, live a fuller life.

259 classes, 578K students.

There’s a separate section with Classes on Sale for $20 and under which are highly-rated by Creative Live students.

Money & Life topics:

  • Self-improvement – 131 classes
  • Business basics – 134 classes
  • Marketing & Sales – 52 classes
  • Entrepreneurship – 33 classes
  • Social Media – 16 classes
  • Writing – 30 classes
  • Communication skills – 73 classes
  • Creative inspiration – 26 classes
  • Online business, freelancing, leadership & management
  • Lifestyle, money & finance, podcasting
  • Self-development, time management
  • Wellness, yoga

Most Popular Money & Life Classes:

  • How to break the habit of self-doubt and build real confidence with Mel Robbins – $83
  • Writing your story with Joyce Maynard – $77
  • Master your people skills with Vanessa Van Edwards – $119
  • How to make money with Ramit Sethi – $95

A partnership with Alo Moves: Yoga, Create, Repeat. 10 Yoga classes, 7 world-class instructors, 1 moving experience.

CreativeLive is teaming up with Alo Moves to bring you yoga classes that help you connect to your inner creativity. From restorative to active, beginner to advanced, these 10 classes will energize your body and calm your mind. Get ready to do your best work.

Learning paths for entrepreneurs:

Paths are classes combined together to fill the needs of a certain topic.

Examples:

How to make money as a freelancerWhatever your side hustle, turn it into a successful freelancing gig. Follow our roadmap to define your skills, build a client roster, and market yourself to get paid what you’re worth. $249, 4 classes, 19,200 students.

Classes included: freelancing 101: turning your side-hustle into cash, the entrepreneur’s guide to pitching clients and getting sales, book yourself solid and get more clients, command the fees you deserve.

Other paths:

  • How to become an author – $171
  • How to fix your finances – $314

Instructors

Instructors with upcoming classes 

  • Dylan Werner: Dylan grew up in the mountains of Southern California, where at an early age he was into fitness, movement, extreme sports, and nature.  
  • Carling Harps: A Portland, Oregon based yoga teacher, Carling is known for her lighthearted attention to detail and commitment to the growth of her students. Connecting individuals to the practice through intelligent and informed sequencing, compassionate, intentional adjustments, and relevant alignment instruction.
  • SLR Lounge: SLR Lounge is a free online resource created by photographers for photographers featuring tutorials on Lightroom, Photoshop, Shooting, Lighting and much more
  • Pye Jirsa: Director, photographer, educator. Founder and Partner of Lin and Jirsa Photography, a boutique Southern California wedding and portrait photography studio composed of an incredible creative team that shoots over 300 weddings each year, with nearly 1,000 yearly client commissions.
  • Cleo Papanikolas: Cleo Papanikolas is a painter, author, illustrator, and maker of Cleomade products. She has a BFA in printmaking from California College of Arts (and Crafts), and an MFA in painting from the University of California at Berkeley. 
  • Andrew Wade: Andrew Wade is a producer, engineer, and songwriter who is the brains behind Orlando’s The Wade Studio. With over two dozen albums in his credits, he’s best known for his work with A Day To Remember and The Ghost Inside
  • April Bowles-Olin: April Bowles-Olin is a writer, creative business consultant, marketing strategist, and photography dabbler. She wants to live in a world where artists and makers adore their blogs, write with confidence and know how to get their unique work in front 
  • Shari LevitinShari Levitin helps sales teams bridge the gap between beating quota and selling with an authentic heartfelt approach. As the founder of the Shari Levitin Group, Shari has helped create over 1 billion dollars in increased revenue for companies in over 40 countries. 
  • Briohny SmythBriohny is best known for her love of inversions and arm balances. She shared her passion with over 8 million viewers in her Equinox videos “The Contortionist” and “The Balancing Act,” which sparked significant conversation in and around the yoga community.
  • Blake Rudis: Blake Rudis is a classically trained artist who started as a painter, transitioned into printmaking and sculpture, and finally decided to double down on his love for photography
  • Amy Nobile & Trisha Ashworth: Amy Nobile and Trisha Ashworth are the authors of the bestselling I Was a Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids and I’d Trade My Husband for a Housekeeper. They are the founders of ASH + AMES, a jewelry company that empowers female artisans around the globe, gives back to developing countries, and creates a platform for women to launch their own independent businesses.
  • Ilene Strizver: Ilene Strizver, founder of The Type Studio is a noted typographic educator, consultant, designer, and writer. She specializes in all aspect of visual communication, from the aesthetic to the technical. Ilene has written and lectured extensively on type and typographic
  • DJ Hapa: After nearly two decades of performing throughout the world, Hapa continues to leave his mark and legacy in the DJ community and beyond. His list of accomplishments is extensive and varied from numerous residencies in the Hollywood circuit.
  • Megan Auman: Megan Auman is a designer, metalsmith, educator, and entrepreneur who has built a multi-faceted business around her passion for great design and sustainable business. Her eponymous jewelry line is sold in stores across the US and online. Her designs have been featured in Design Sponge, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, and more. 
  • Lewis Howes: a lifestyle entrepreneur, high-performance business coach, author, and keynote speaker. A former professional football player and two-sport All-American, he is a current USA Men’s National Handball Team athlete. 
  • John Greengo: John Greengo is an award-winning photographer specializing in outdoor and travel photography. Shooting for over 3 decades, John has developed an unrivaled understanding of the industry, tools, techniques, and art of photography.

More instructors:

  • Ashely Galvin, Patrick Beach, Mary Jane Begin, J. Anthony Allen
  • Candice Stringham, Peter Voogd, Kristin McGee, Tony Harmer
  • Isaac Cotec, Erin Dollar, Beate Chelette. Khara Plicanic
  • Jorge Paricio, Randy Chertkow, Jason Feehan, Vickie Howell
  • Melissa Galt, Daniel Gregory, Sam Pura, Ashley Nickels
  • Kimberly MacLean, Sammy Wegent, Mike Kelley, Sylvia Massy
  • Tara Swiger, Tonya Rapley, John K. Coyle, James Patrick
  • Kelly Brown, Stacey Trock, J. Kelly Hoey, Erica Gamet
  • Eyal Levi, Mat Hayward, Stacey Williams-Ng, Kenneth Gioia
  • Sally Dominguez, Jason Hoppe, Adam “Nolly” Getgood, Matt Halpern
  • Vanessa Van Edwards, Chris Knight, Molly Murrah, Dia Bondi
  • Srinivas Rao, Nigel Barker, Jared Platt, Sarah Doody

 

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The Blog/Articles

Sub-departments:

  • Photo & video – examples: highlights from the biggest conference of the year (Photoshop week), 5 black & white landscape photography tips for better photos, 10 Photoshop techniques for beginners
  • Art & design – examples: top 20 must-follow artists and designers on Instagram, picking a color palette, common mistakes, hand lettering for beginners
  • Music & audio – examples: producer Eyal Levi on achieving great drum production, 2017 holiday gift guide, audio gifts under $100, San Fransisco summer love
  • Craft & maker – examples: essential maker tips: how to find local craft shows, make DIY centerpieces from wildflowers and weeds, patriotic pops: super easy 4th of July popsicles
  • Money & life – examples: specialize or diversify? why picking your ‘thing’ is worth it, how to visually brand your Pinterest profile, how to grow your Instagram following
  • Freelancing – examples: these 5 jobs will allow you to stay at home and earn big, 43 ways to find the best book idea for a new writer, how to build a powerful personal brand for your freelance business
  • Student stories – examples: Allain Gutierrez – photography, tips on recording vocals in your home recording studio, 4 major updates you need to know from Adobe Max 2017
  • Podcast – examples: episode 123: crafting an ultra-informative social media strategy with creative genius law founder Patrice Perkins, setting business & personal financial goals with Worth it author Amanda Steinberg.

For Business

Main slogan: stop training employees, start developing people. The only online learning provider dedicated to teaching holistic skills for work and life. 

Your people are your single most important asset. They’re the ones who make your business run, drive it forward and help you reach goals. If they’re not at their best personally, they won’t be at their best professionally.

CreativeLive For Business classes in creativity, innovation, emotional intelligence and wellbeing help your people become more strategic, engaged, communicative and resilient in work and life. We go beyond simply training employees—we’re committed to developing happy, well-rounded, successful people and leaders.

Sub-departments:

  • Creativity and innovation
  • Professional development
  • Personal development
  • Health & Wellness

Creative Live for Business Pricing:

On-demand, get subscription-based and unlimited access to the CreativeLive for Business Catalog

Mobile: access classes on-the-go with the CreativeLive iPhone and iPad app.

$20 per user/month

There’s also a free trial so you can’t go wrong in addition to the Free On Air classes and the “30 days of Genius” with Chase Jarvis (There’s a common misconception that artists have a monopoly on creativity. But the very act of making something – shooting a photograph, designing a product, thinking critically, or building a business – is a creative one. These small actions come from our unique inner impulse to create).

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In Studio

Want to meet award-winning leaders face-to-face? As part of the live studio audience, you’ll get an exclusive all-access pass to meet the world’s top experts in person and take part in a dynamic learning experience. Breaking away from your everyday routine will give you space and time to focus on your personal growth and dreams, and you’ll be in good company! A vibrant community of students, professionals, career-pivoters, and life-learners committed to the hustle are eager to meet you, too. Don’t miss out.

They welcome students from all backgrounds to join them in their Seattle or San Francisco studios. Ideally, you’re committed to learning new skills, passionate about accomplishing your goals, and game to step outside of your comfort zone. (Don’t worry! No formal exams here.) Some of their past students have included: full-time designers, photography hobbyists, and small business owners.

You are responsible for travel expenses. You can expect breakfast, lunch, and snacks. 

Class typically starts at 8 AM and wraps at 4 PM Pacific Time. Occasionally, they offer classes and special events that run outside of those times.

Upcoming classes:

  • July 24 – end your financial self-sabotage with Tonya Rapley, San Fransisco
  • July 24,25 – reset your money mindset with Tonya Rapley, San Fransisco
  • Aug 28 – How to be a boss with Justin Kerr.
creative live photo lab

Photography Guides

A free learning department.

The ultimate guide to learning photography: 

Take that camera off auto mode! The free photography tutorials for beginners to intermediate photographers are simple to follow. Learn how all the knobs and buttons work, so you can stop using your iPhone and start capturing photos on your DSLR with confidence.

Whether you’re new to photography or want to brush up on skills, the Ultimate Photography Guides will set you up for success.

Ready to share photos with family and friends? Follow the guides on simple software workflow tips to easily retouch images for pictures that impress.

Guides:

  • Lighting, Post-processing, Aperture
  • Exposure bracketing, Creating Bokeh backgrounds
  • Camera Raw, Composition rules, Shutter speed
  • Focus Stacking, Hyperfocal distance, Long exposure
  • What makes a good photo, photography subject, how does a camera work?
  • Composition techniques, aperture and depth of field

Stories

They say ” Our community runs on voices like yours. It keeps us going, and keeps us grounded. Tell us like it is. What’s your story? We’d love to feature you and land more eyeballs to your work. And we think you’ll love the bragging rights, too”.

Here you’ll find stories from:

Alain Gutierrez: Photographer Alain Gutiérrez documents the daily life and stories of Cuba and its people, and he’s committed to helping the next generation of Cuban photographers to work for their dreams.

Jenipher Lyn: Sometimes the world shouts at you to take life in a different direction – even if that means you are supposed to have a crippling panic attack so intense, that all you can do is take shelter under your desk in the middle of your shift at work.

Genevieve Hathaway: Determined to shine a light on the stories of everyday people in Egypt’s Arab Spring, Genevieve discovered she needed a community to learn from and connect to, becoming the consummate storyteller she is today.

Yasmin Abdi: As a Somali refugee. Yasmin faced many obstacles in pursuit of her photography education. By connecting to a community of creators, she found inspiration, support, and developed the skills to start her own photography business.

Twyla Hall: As she photographed her autistic son, Twyla learned to appreciate his abilities in a new way and found a new purpose for her business to take portraits of similar families. Through the creative community, she gained the tools and support to make that dream a reality.

Ryan Greenleaf: Ryan took a giant leap of faith, uprooting his life of over ten years in the restaurant industry. Learning the marketing skills to make the change, helped him push past the self-doubt and fear. With know-how and confidence, he went after the career of his dreams.

creative live stories

Careers

Current job openings

Business operations

  • Business operations analyst, San Fransisco

Engineering

  • Senior software engineer (experience team), San Fransisco
  • Software engineer (enterprise team), Seattle

Marketing

  • Community manager – new grad internship, San Fransisco
  • Designer, San Fransisco
  • Paid marketing strategist, San Fransisco

Product

  • Product design lead, San Fransisco

Sales

  • Sales development representative, San Fransisco

Studio production

  • Production coordinator, Seattle

Returns/Refunds

If you notify CreativeLive within 30 days of the purchase that you are not satisfied with a Course, they will issue you a refund. If you notify them within 30 days of purchase that you are unable to view a Course due to a technical issue on CL’s end, they may, in their sole discretion, choose to replace the defective media (if possible) or refund the applicable fee, in whole or in part. If you abuse this refund policy, as determined by CL in their sole discretion, you may no longer be able to get a refund and/or access your CL account.

Referrals/Affiliate Program

CreativeLive offers 2 ways you can use to earn money.

#1: Give $15, Get $15. Give a friend $15 off their first class and get $15 off your next one. You can send email up to 10 friends.

#2: Affiliate Program: Make money by connecting your audience to great content. Ideal sites focus on online education, photography, crafting, music, business, and training tools. The affiliate program runs on the affiliate network ShareaSale.

  • 20% rev share for new customer sales
  • 10% rev share for return customer sales
  • $1 for every new registration sign-up
  • $10 for each referred affiliate

Other Online Reviews

G2crowd: 16 reviews, 4.5 out of 5 stars, as concerns the negative comments some people are dissatisfied with the policy of the company that charges independent classes rather than offering a subscription-based model. This policy might benefit those who are looking to target specific topics.

BestCompany: 7 reviews, 1 out of 5 stars, people complaint about customer service

Yelp: 9 reviews, 3.5 out of 5 stars

GlassDoor: 46 reviews, 3.7 out of 5 stars

TrustPilot: 2 reviews, 6.9 out of 10 stars

PhotoTraces: Free high-quality photo education

KristeneKissIf you want to learn a new skill or polish up on your current creative profession, CreativeLive is the place to do it. I highly recommend getting on their email list so you are notified when new and free classes are offered

CommonSenseMedia: app review by Christy Matte, 4 out of 5 stars

NearlyThere: I’ve been pleased with the quality of the courses and content, and I’m certainly going to be taking advantage of the current 30% off sale

iTunes Apple app store: 4.8 out of 5 stars, 2.6K ratings

RetailReviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars, Some people will have concerns about paying to access classes through Creative Live. I’ll state as plainly as possible that I think I get good value for my money. These aren’t productions that were thrown together at the last minute. They are very professional. That was important enough to me that I decided to stop using free websites. Too often the quality just wasn’t there. I have never had an issue with that while using Creative Live.

My Final Review

First of all, Creative Live is a serious company offering an enormous library of courses for creatives. The founder Chase Jarvis is a passionate and highly-experienced photographer and entrepreneur.

All the instructors are experienced professionals with awards and success stories.

The classes cover a very wide range of creative skills and there are multiple business and marketing courses to help creatives and students create a strong online presence.

A very well organized website divided into departments with schedules. I absolutely love the learning paths as an option to take a combination of classes to master a very specific topic. Moreover, the blog offers additional free informational resources to help students make the most out of their experience with the company.

The On Air live classes is key to understanding what Creative Live has to offer. Not many educational companies out there are offering free samples of their work.

The company charges the classes independently so you better watch some free classes before you commit in buying any course.

I’ve watched many free live photography classes so far and as an amateur photographer, I can tell that I learned a lot. I already put into practice and tested many methods from their training and my results are amazing.

They provide classes for beginners, intermediate, and advanced people as well so you want to choose a class according to your current experience.

I believe the most concrete department of Creative Live is the photo & video section. Additionally, the free photography guides is another excellent chance for you to test what the company is all about.

But every department consists of classes that teach both the creative skills and marketing skills in order to help you create a business. This is very crucial as marketing is way more important than having the perfect creative skills or experience. You have to be found online.

The company is hiring and this is an opportunity for freelancers and job seekers. 

The other online reviews are mostly positive with some people dissatisfied with the customer service or the policy of the company charging the classes independently and not on a subscription-based model. 

That’s it, another review has finished, here on Web Market Support. I look forward to seeing your next creative success story and I am waiting for your comments and thoughts. Till next time…

Disclaimer: I’m promoting Creative Live as an affiliate. For more information, I refer you to the Disclaimer page.

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