About the r/IndustrialDesign community
r/IndustrialDesign is a Subreddit for Product Designers with roughly 45K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
A community for Industrial Design students and professionals. Discussing projects, school advice, sketches, portfolios and career help.
Core77Since 1995 Core77.com has served a devoted global audience of industrial designers ranging from students through seasoned professionals. Core77 publishes articles, discussion forums, an extensive event calendar, hosts portfolios, job listings, a database of design firms, schools, vendors and services. Core77 provides a gathering point for designers and enthusiasts alike by producing design competitions, lecture series, parties, and exhibits.
UX and ProductThe world deserves better products. That starts with the people who build those products. UX & Product is a community of like-minded people who think that open exchange and constant learning is the basis for innovation. We create this exchange in our virtual events as well as our Slack community.
r/product_designEverything related to Product Design!
r/productphotographyProduct photographers of all skill levels are welcome! If you are posting an image, you need to include some context along with it. Tell us about your process and any challenges. Images without any description will likely be removed. Linking directly to your website or social media will be removed unless it is educational content. Use the pinned "Self Promotion" thread to advertise your services. Anywhere else will be removed. Quality over quantity. Limit your posts to 1 a day.
Designer TalkWe’re a group of designers continuing the conversation past happy hour. Designer Talk is a place to collaborate, discuss new products, find work, or get feedback on what you’re working on.