Written By Guest User

APIWho.Design is a living and growing directory that features API (Asian & Pacific Islander) creatives in the design industry. This site draws inspiration from Latinxs Who Design and BlacksWho.design.

Their mission is to highlight the breadth of talent within the API population, inspire new designers, connect with fellow APIs, share experiences, and help with the discovery of fresh talent for expanding teams.

APIWho.Design features excellent design itself, with an uncluttered layout, links to designers’ social profiles, and a very convenient filter that allows people to easily find designers with specific skills.

.design domains celebrates diversity and inclusion in the design industry and everywhere, and we are proud to help amplify the work of API designers!


Written By Guest User

Diversity in design matters, and we are proud to amplify BlacksWho.design.

This directory highlights Black designers in the industry. The goal is to inspire new designers, encourage people to diversify their feeds, and discover amazing individuals to join design teams.

The site has been featured on Afro.tech, Fortune, and NBC News.


Written By Guest User

Diversity and inclusion are extremely important in all industries, and design is no exception.

QTBIPOC.design is a career coaching, networking, and continuing-education hub to empower LGBTQ + BIPOC designers.

Their UX and UI bootcamp classes are launching soon, and are free to LGBTQ designers of color.

Plus, they have a slammin’ Spotify playlist!


Written By Guest User

March 8 is International Women’s Day, and today we’re featuring the site WomenWho.design. Women Who Design is a Twitter directory of accomplished women in the design industry.

Use the directory to diversify your Twitter feed, recruit new employees, find conference speakers, and connect with super-talented people!

The site has inspired many similar directories for championing diversity in the design industry, including blackswho.design, apiwho.design, and brazillianswho.design.


Written By Liz Achanta

Matto.design bridges the gap between design needs and the technical solutions they require with a view to sustainable and sensory development.