I’ve run a few workshops on PCB design in the past and it’s always hard work; either trying to keep everyone at the same stage, or else making documentation and trying to multitask where 10 different people are at in the process.
This time I’ve made a set of 5 screencasts that will take you through:
- Drawing the schematic
- Layout of the PCB
- Making a change to the schematic
- Creating a new component symbol and footprint
- Preparing gerbers and ordering a PCB
There’s no audio and lots of stuff is sped up so you can play and pause as you follow along in KiCad. Make sure you’re using a newish (2015) version of KiCad that includes the .pretty footprint libraries and push & shove routing.
If you want more depth, then I’d suggest this series of much longer (and slightly out of date) videos from contextual electronics.