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Hue

Unlimited design for startups to enterprises

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Design Inc 2.0

Simplest way to hire the best creatives for your project

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I've been on the opposite side so far (posting a project for designers to send a proposal). Design Inc. has one of the best communities of designers I've seen in a long time. Within 2 hours of me posting my project, I had 5 amazing proposals. Within a week, I selected the two designers I wanted to work with. For designers, getting invited to Design Inc. woul… See more
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I found 5 awesome designers in under 2 hours after submitting my branding project on Design Inc. If you are looking for a designer, this is the best community to get a freelancer and go fast!
Duane Wilson✌️- I like Designing & Building Products
If you are a designer and apply you get access to the Slack channel where everyone hangs out and there is a great channel called 'design-review' where people are very generous with their time/skills/insight and will review work with you. Highly recommend.
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Creative Market Pro

Unlimited downloads of 260k+ curated design assets

Creative Market Pro is a new design asset subscription built to help professional designers and teams deliver great design work fast. With Creative Market Pro, these designers can download high-quality, curated fonts, graphics, templates, add-ons, photos, and themes to elevate their work.

Medium
The past few months since spinning out from Autodesk have been a pretty exciting time for Creative Market. Not only have we established ourselves as an independent company again with our own brand new office space, grown the team by nearly 50%, and surpassed 4 million members in the community, we've also been hard at work on our most ambitious project since … See more
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What is DesignerJar?

DesignerJar let employers look for design talent — and it will order matching designers’ profiles, completely randomly and transparently.

As a designer, all you have to do is to sign up and post a basic set of relevant information. Moreover, you can post your portfolio website, your Behance or your Dribbble, even your LinkedIn if you wish.

As an employer who is looking to hire a designer, all you have to do is to sign up, and filter designers with your requirements. You’ll select the designers that match your requirements and you like their work, and e-mail them. And you are done.

Medium
I remember when I had this chat with a designer friend of mine. We were talking about design industry and we identified one big struggle: Even if a designer is qualified for a job opportunity, he isn't even easily discoverable to the person who posted the job.
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