Domestika is like Udemy, but for the creatives. While many of its competitors emphasize breadth, trying to cover many topics (most notably, programming and business), Domestika’s catalog of over 2200 courses focuses squarely on creative subjects, such as art & design, illustration, animation, and photography.
But the similarities don’t extend to the business model, where Domestika favors a Udemy approach: offering some free courses counterbalanced by some expensive courses, while the bulk of Domestika courses cost about $9 — though as you can see below, prices can vary significantly in different regions, as my colleague @suparn was able to show by accessing Domestika via US and India proxies.
Finally, another distinctive feature (especially for a Spaniard like me) is that Domestika caters primarily to Spanish speakers: close to 60% of the courses offered on the platform are taught in Spanish. That said, almost all courses include subtitles in English, Portuguese, German, and several other languages.
As we analyzed Domestika’s catalog in search of the platform’s best online courses, we were able to collect summary statistics about Domestika. Here’s the short of it:
In 2022, Domestika offers 2230 courses.
Combined, these course have accrued over 15M enrollments.
The average course enrollment is 6847.
In total, Domestika courses have been reviewed 622K times.
And here’s a language breakdown of Domestika’s catalog:
Domestika: Catalog primary languages in 2022
Number of Courses
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