Kicad is free. Check these video tutorials.
You'll spend 50-70% of time creating libraries of footprints for components that you will use. There is no way around it.
Don't waste time learning a program that has a free version which is limited to a tiny 2-layer board.
I just made a quick “pcb software” search in Google and got some results that you might want to check. There’s expresspcb, CAD software for circuit design. I also found this list of free PCB Design programs, http://www.electroschematics.com/2249/pcb-design-software/.
Designs made in Expresspcb can only be produced on expesspcb.com Nobody else accepts them.
The two most popular programs among hobbyists are Kicad and Eagle.
The free version of Eagle is limited to the maximum board size of 4x3.2 inches (100x80 mm) and 2 layers.
Sparkfun gives away Eagle libraries for their overpriced components. That may help.
PCB s used to be designed manually with the help of a photo mask on a Mylar sheet. Schematic circuit used to be drawn on a plain paper.
check best PCB design software - http://www.technicgang.com/best-free-pcb-design-softwares/