About the Humanitarian Designers community
Humanitarian Designers is a Slack Group for Designers with roughly 160 members. It has a live chat communication style.
In their own words
Humanitarian Designers is an NGO and a community that tries to bridge the gap between designers and the humanitarian sector.
This community has a realtime chat
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on slackWe talk about UI/UX Design, Web Design, Illustrations, freelancing, Design critiques, give each other feedbacks. Learn from others, teach others what you already know.
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Black UX Austin
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