We've listed the top 10 subreddits for designers

Top 10 Subreddits for Designers

Are you a new or experienced designer who is looking for a space to share their work, discuss design philosophies, or looking for help identifying an unknown font? Reddit is a great online forum with endless subreddits dedicated to design.

Reddit ranks among the most popular mobile social apps in the United States with almost 33 million monthly active users. – Statista

Whether you choose to lurk on these pages or join the communities and actively contribute, there is a sub that is useful to your craft or at the very least entertaining.

Here are our top ten graphic design subreddits!


859K Members

r/Design is a subreddit encompassing all things design. This sub is a great place to showcase your work, share a design you have experienced in the real world, or strike up meaningful conversations with others who share a passion for design.


350K Members

Join r/Graphic_Design to post and engage in a wide variety of topics specific to graphic design. What feedback on a design? Are they looking for reviews or tips on digital design tools and programs? Career tips, education advice, and cutting edge graphic design can all be found here. It’s a one-stop-shop for graphic design.


47.4K Members

r/Design_critiques is a great subreddit for new designers looking for feedback on their work. It’s a place where experienced designers will provide feedback to assist new designers through review and critique.


14.5K Members

r/Learndesign is a Reddit collection of design resources for learning about all types of design. It’s a great place to post tutorials for fellow designers, or to search out the techniques you might want to learn or improve upon in your design work.


52.5K Members

Need help identifying a font? r/Identifythisfont is a THE place for crowdsourcing an answer for your unknown font.


101k Members

r/Logodesign is a subreddit where all things logos and logo designs are discussed. You can post your work or logos you want to discuss. They also offer design battles where a challenge is presented, and members submit their designs for review by the group.


20K Members

Are you a designer looking to pick up some work? Do you need a designer for a project? This subreddit is all about connecting designers to jobs. Some baseline rules keep the sub to postings that are specific to graphic design work. They run a tight ship and don’t tolerate designers posting services at unreasonably low rates or job board links.


135K Members

This one is for the typography enthusiasts, a community discussing all things typography and type design. If you have questions about fonts, are seeking a tutorial, or need help with choosing a font, this is an excellent subreddit for guidance about typography.


25K Members

Sometimes we all need to wax poetic about our passions. Designers can come together at r/Designthought to discuss the craft and processes of design, dig into theory, or find that person who will appreciate their 110-page treatise on design philosophy.


9.6K Members

Think of this sub as the graphic designer’s digital watercooler. r/Talesfromdesigners is the place for designers to blow off steam and share some of their “best” stories. Headlines like “ I Love It, It’s Perfect, Now Change It” and “When Is A Proof Not A Proof?” you will swear you wrote some of these stories yourself. This subreddit is one all designers can relate to.

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There are a lot of great subs involving graphic design, that we coulsn’t list them all! Are there any subbreddit that we’ve missed? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Here are 10 of the best design-focused subreddits to inspire your next design creation.