Yes Equal

This project was started, in 2015, as an attempt to close the gender gap and build a stronger creative community. Today, we have well over 1,300 members in our directory. Whether you are holding a conference and want to find talented women speakers or to get in touch with other ladies in your field, feel free to browse. If you identify as a woman and want to be included, please add your name here.


Short movies, small practices or big projects: awesome works picked from great girls from all over the world.
Curated by:

Bee Grandinetti
Hedvig Ahlberg
 Linn Fritz

Women In Animation

Founded in 1995, WIA is the only organization dedicated to advancing women in the field of animation. We envision a world where women share equally in the creation, production and rewards of animation, and we provide resources and connections to make it happen.

Women Who Draw

Women Who Draw is an open directory of female* professional illustrators, artists and cartoonists who take freelance work. It was created by a group of women artists in an effort to increase the visibility of female illustrators, with an emphasis on female illustrators of color, LBTQ+, and other minority groups of female illustrators. We hope this directory will be used by publishers, art directors and editors to find less visible illustrators, and encourage them to work with these illustrators more frequently.


Caroonists of Color Database

Welcome to the Cartoonists of Color Database!
Here you can find the names and information of almost 1,000
cartoonists of color (people-of-color comic book creators).
Main Cartoonists of Color List
LGBTQ Cartoonists of Color
Non-male Cartoonists of Color
**This site is a labor of love, created and maintained by cartoonist MariNaomi.

Ormes Society

Ormes Society, named after the legendary Jackie Ormes--the first African-American female cartoonist--is dedicated to the inclusion of black women in comics and animation and the promotion of black female characters in sequential art and cartoons.

Recommended Podcasts for Motion Designers

Gone are the day's where motion graphics artists in remote areas were isolated from the outside industry and their peers. Special shout-out to Marc Zwanedeveld for putting together this list! Today there are so many great podcasts for Motion Designers to listen to, to be inspired by, and to learn from.



Motionographer (pronounced like “oceanographer”) is a source of inspiration and insight for designers, animators and storytellers of all stripes.
Some things we're happy to see on Motionographer (besides inspiring work):
SPECTRUM is an interview series by Lilian Darmono with members of the motion design and animation communities who have interesting and unusual perspectives to offer:
Anne Saint-Louis
Yussef Cole
Tynesha Foreman

Article: About the Gender Gap in Motion Graphics
Article: Survival Tips for Women in Motion Graphics

Art of the Title

Art of the Title is run by Managing Editor Lola Landekic and Senior Editor Will Perkins, both of whom are based in Toronto, Canada. Art of the Title is the definitive resource for title sequence design, spanning the film, television, conference, and videogame industries. Featuring title design from countries around the world, we honour the creators and innovators who contribute to the field, discussing and displaying their work with a desire to explicate, facilitate, and instigate.
Some things we're happy to see on Art of the Title (besides inspiring work):
10 Women of Title Design
10 More Women of Title Design

Animation Heroine

Animation Heroine aims to empower women around the world with fresh, well-edited content about the animation industry. Animation Heroine focuses exclusively on women in all aspects of the animation industry throughout the world, and brings attention to their ongoing contributions to the field. The project showcases some of the most creative, adept minds working in every area of animation. Our primary content consists of long-form interviews that provide insight into the women’s professional and personal lives, and aims to provide the information necessary for others to decide how they will blaze their own trail. Our greatest hope is that Animation Heroine will serve as a public forum that will enrich the animation community.

The WANDAA Project

WANDAA (Women and Animation Australia) is a voluntary, independent project celebrating the work, ideas and stories of women past and present involved with animation in Australia. The WANDAA project aspires to encouraging conversation, participation and inclusion as it evolves into a comprehensive online resource of interviews, informative links and an extensive record of individuals, films and projects. The WANDAA project will not only focus on animators, producers, directors etc, but will include academics, educators, those behind the scenes, business partners, archivists etc.

Ink & Paint Girls

Where we celebrate the careers and histories of women working in the Animation industry and explore representation on-screen and behind the scenes.