Every year we compile a list of the best creative websites according to the SA Creatives team and other creative professionals. This year’s list is as follows (in no particular order).
i did that ad
i did that ad’ is a resource for agency creatives to find the right talent. Unlike the portfolios collections you’re used to, their image-based interface allows you to review thousands of images quickly.
Creative Nestlings is a social enterprise focused on developing and connecting emerging talent in the creative industries.
VISI magazine is a celebration of living well. For the past 11 years we have been committed to bringing readers the best of South African design, decor and architecture with a global sensibility.
This media power house is definitely a creative maverick that you should follow. It will keep you updated with creative news, showcase your photography, produces an amazing quarterly magazine and a whole lot more.
Between 10 and 5
This is a very trendy platform that allows creatives to showcase their work to a large audiences. If you think you have what it takes to be seen, send them an email.
Known for the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast Expo FilmFest and much more, the design Indaba has an equally engaging online platform.
Designindaba.com serves as a one-stop design portal for highly curated, bespoke multimedia content on global creative industries.
SA Creative Jobs
A creative & tech job portal for the Southern African market, connecting SA’s sharpest minds with the best companies via a large social media network of influencers.
If you haven’t got a copy of the physical publication you can enjoy the digital version.
ArtThrob is South Africa’s leading contemporary visual arts publication. The publication’s website showcases South African art and its involvement in the international sphere. One can get regular updates on exhibitions, newcomers and everything else you need to know about the art scene.
Creative Cape Town
Creative Cape Town communicates, supports and facilitates the development of the creative and knowledge economy in Cape Town through key partnerships – with the vision of making the central city a leading centre for knowledge, innovation, creativity and culture in Africa and the South.
If you think we’ve left out some crucial websites, let us know.