More than 10,000 graphic designers, designers, and illustrators have registered on the online website GraphicDesigners.org, the first-ever crowdsourced, non-profit, noncommercial design resource, according to its founder, Graphic Designers, Inc. In a blog post announcing the site’s launch, co-founder and CEO Matthew Hynes said the new site will “serve as a place to learn about graphic design in general and graphic design trends in particular.”
Hynes also said that Graphic Designer.org is “part of a new wave of innovation in graphic design that is redefining the way we work.”
According to the organization, the graphic design community has been growing at a rate of about 40% annually for the past three years.
Hynes and his team of graphic designers hope to bring these trends and trends to the general public.
“We want to empower our readers and readers to have access to a whole host of the world’s best graphic design expertise,” Hynes wrote.
“In fact, it’s been a goal of our team to give as much of the graphic designer’s art as we can.”
The site is expected to launch in mid-July, according To The Stars, the website that runs Graphic Design, Inc., a non-profits work that aims to provide a platform for artists, designers and graphic designers to collaborate and share their work.