About Game Design communities
This list of online communities is dedicated to discussing Game Design.
About Online Communities on Discord
Discord is an American VoIP, instant messaging and digital distribution platform designed for creating communities. Users communicate with voice calls, video calls, text messaging, media and files in private chats or as part of communities called "servers". Discord originally became popular in the gaming communities, but now has spread to software developers, crypto, and beyond.
GGWP AcademyThe best creators of tomorrow have to be well versed in analytics, skilled at branding and entertaining. This is what we focus on at GGWP – giving you the knowledge and opportunities to build a full-time career in gaming.
thegameHERSThe*gameHERs is a women-led community dedicated to amplifying and centering the voices of women gamers and gamers of marginalized genders, who are comfortable in spaces that center women. This is a sexist-free space for the casual players, the hardcore gamers, the techies, the streamers, the designers, the cosplayers, the developers, and programmers. Our mission is to advance the role, voice, image, and power of all the*gameHERs in the gaming world. We welcome all humans who value this mission.
OpenGameArtA repository for freely licensed art, so that free/open source game developers can use it in their games. There are also game development forums for 2d art, 3d art, audio, art tutorials, and commission requests.
MooncolonyMooncolony is a Concept Art and Illustration studio, operating in the video games industry. This is a supportive community for artists where members can network, share industry advice, refine skills, receive feedback and grow careers.
JBR CommunityThe JBR Community is a place for artists, musicians, writers, game developers, and content creators to discuss and share their work in a non-judgmental and open space. We want to know what you're working on!