Trending designs to inspire you
Work designers are riffing on
Interviews, tutorials, and more
Prompt to flex your design skills
Find your dream design job
An exclusive list for contract work
Get new leads in your inbox every day
Introduce yourself to new clients with Pitch
Learn product design in just 16 weeks...
Learn UI Design Basics and Figma Fundamentals...
Scale Design Systems in 8 weeks...
Land your dream job! You'll have a career support specialist to review your portfolio...
Level up your skills with our interactive courses and workshops…
Portfolio creation made easy
Fresh leads in your inbox every day
Build your team’s pipeline or profile
Find, contact, and hire designers
The #1 job board for creatives
Board for freelance & contract work
After almost 20 years of design practice, i'm moving into a new direction: I recently pivoted my org Kuroneko to a freelance collective and we're specializing into eco-dev, ethical design and more broadly into a group producing very low (to non existent) impact websites and products.
I've been lingering for years to find the right balance between my pro life and my eco-militant life, i guess fusing the two together was the right move.
This project here is one of a few i've been working on lately, and still is WIP. You can see there are no images, no videos, nothing that can create additional energy consumption on the servers, as well as a very simple and to the point architecture. Three colors, one font with just three weights.
Low—web is an open source initiative from our collective and is making browser extensions to give you an easy way of lowering the carbon footprint of your internet browsing, as well as tools to block highly polluting orgs like Amazon, Facebook, Google etc.
--> Firefox (beta)
--> Chrome (beta)
Designing very low impact projects is not something super researched and executed, but i hope you'll be interested in the few examples i'll be posting for the time being.
Work with us: