Johno Ellison | Behind the Scenes of Teaching a SOLIDWORKS Class on LinkedIn Learning & Udemy
Who is Johno Ellison?
Johno Ellison is an Experienced Design Engineer with over 100 satisfied freelance clients. He does freelance design and specializes in Solidworks, 3D CAD. He was born in Yorkshire, England and trained as helicopter pilot in the Royal Air Force. Following this he studied Sustainable Product Design, before driving a London Black Cab around the world, setting two Guinness World Records. He currently lives in Kuala Lumpur and works as Freelance Product Designer.
I first heard about Johno when I took his LinkedIn Learning class called “SOLIDWORKS: Designing for Consumer Electronics.”
Over 8K people “liked” the course and I called it “my favorite SOLIDWORKS course of all time” in my LinkedIn and that post got over 3K views (so hopefully I drove some traffic to his class, it’s the least I could do).
Udemy Class: Master Solidworks 2021 – 3D CAD using real-world examples : https://www.udemy.com/course/solidworks2021/
Co-Host: Rafael Testai on Linkedin
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