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Domestika

Course Marketplace

8.4
10
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Udacity

Education Company

8.2
10

Domestika vs. Udacity - complete comparison

Overview

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Description
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Domestika is the largest community for creatives. Learn from top professionals in the creative industry with thousands of courses on topics like drawing, painting, creating designs & lots of other creative topics.

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Udacity is an online learning platform popular for its "Nanodegree" programs. The courses on the platform focus on skills for the tech sector, ranging from software development to cybersecurity and digital business.

Types of courses
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INDIVIDUAL LEARNING

Domestika courses

Single courses or course bundles, purchased individually

$10 - $30 USD
Self-paced
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Subscription plans
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PERSONAL

Domestika Plus

Get access to 1,000+ courses from the Domestika course library. Additionally, you get one course credit every month that you can use to access any course on Domestika, no matter the price.

$8 - 12 USD per month
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PERSONAL

Udacity membership

Access to all Nanodegree programs, project reviews, and career services

$200 - 250 USD per month
Pros & cons
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    Pros
  • Wide range of creative courses
  • Top professionals as instructors
  • High production value
  • Cons
  • Limited courses in some categories
  • Most courses are in spanish (subtitles & Voiceovers are available in multiple languages though)
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    Pros
  • High-quality courses
  • Great learning support
  • Career services available
  • Cons
  • Expensive subscription
  • Only tech-related courses

General information

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Type
Course MarketplaceEducation Company
Number of courses
1000+400+
Popularity

Popular

Popular

Available categories
3D & AnimationArts & CraftsBrandingDesign ToolsDigital MarketingGraphic Design & IllustrationPhotographyVideo & Mobile Marketing
Data ScienceMobile DevelopmentProgramming LanguagesWeb Development
Available languages
EnglishSpanish
English

Evaluation

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Full score
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Individual scores
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Affordability
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Career value
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Usability
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Features

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Support options
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Chat
  • Community
  • Knowledge base
  • Learning support
  • Career support
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Chat
  • Community
  • Knowledge base
  • Learning support
  • Career support
Available apps
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Ios
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Android

No apps available...

Company

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Company name
Domestika Creative S.L.Udacity, Inc.
Company size

Medium

Large

Founded in
20022011
Headquarters

Spain

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United States

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Founders
Alberto Sanz, Jordi MiróSebastian Thrun, David Stavens, Mike Sokolsky
External reviews
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App Store
4.97600 reviews
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Play Store
4.8777000 reviews
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Trustpilot
4.01481 reviews
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4.62620 reviews

Our opinion

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Summary
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In our view, Domestika is a great online learning platform for creative skills. What stands out is that they produce all of their courses in-house, which makes for a consistently high production quality, while being offered at very reasonable prices. Additionally, most of their courses come with subtitles and closed captions in a variety of languages. That said, the original language for a lot of their courses is Spanish, which means that the offering for English speakers is a bit limited, and you'll often have courses that only have closed captions in English. Overall, the quality of the courses on Domestika is great, and we can fully recommend it to Spanish speakers, as well as students that are fine with some of the courses only having English subtitles.

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Udacity offers a variety of learning programs designed to help students acquire relevant tech skills. We particularly like the amount of support students receive, with project reviews and direct access to subject-matter experts. This however comes at a price, so Udacity might not be best suited for students looking to learn on a budget, but if good learning support is important to you and budget is not your biggest concern, Udacity might be the perfect place for you to learn some new tech skills.

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