Colombians Who Design is a free directory for Colombian designers and creatives to boost their careers and expand their network.
The community was born as a sibling initiative of other "Who Design" communities around the world (such as Italians Who Design, Uruguayans Who Design, Filipinos Who Design, and more). It has a directory of Colombian designers from diverse expertise areas.
The directory has the possibility to filter people by area of expertise. You can choose from developers, graphic designers, UI/UX designers, researchers, illustrators, photographers, 3D artists, and brand/product designers, etc. It's a great community to discover like-minded peers from the industry to network and interact with. Additionally, it can help you gain visibility to recruiters and get new career opportunities.
Apart from being part of the directory, you can subscribe to a weekly newsletter. Also, members enjoy posts on the community's blog.
Boost your career:
Being part of this directory will open new professional opportunities for you. Once you join the list, you can adjust your profile to highlight your talent. This will help you promote your career and reach your goals.
Find like-minded peers:
As the community is for Colombian designers, you will find colleagues next to your location. It offers a great chance to create a new team for future projects.
Members of Colombians Who Design use the directory to find like-minded peers to bounce off ideas and exchange knowledge. To contact a specific designer, members use the information on their profiles. It generally includes a short description and the designer's social media accounts.
Apart from the directory of Colombian designers, the community has two extra resources. The first one is a newsletter. It updates weekly and you can subscribe for free. The second one corresponds to a blog where members post some of the latest trends in design.
The community helps Colombian talent to gain visibility to recruiters and showcase the expertise of Latin American designers, collaborating to produce a more diverse design industry.