New Profile Design

Clowdy is a network of creative professionals. A platform to build a great portfolio for all your projects and all the people you’ve collaborated with. That’s why we’ve been getting to work on some updates for the profile design. Here are the changes…

Top 3 roles


Your 3 most credited roles will be displayed at the top next to your name so people can quickly recognise what you specialise in.

Only 3 tabs


We’ve trimmed down the tabs to just 3. The profile opens up at Credits which is the first tab. This contains every project you’ve been credited on by either yourself or others. It can also either be on a project you or someone else has uploaded.

The next tab is Uploads. Here you can see everything you’ve uploaded to Clowdy.

And finally, Lists. Lists allow you to group projects together, which comes in handy for musicians looking to promote an album or filmmakers who have made a series.

Other information

Close to the top on the side you’ll show your other details including your location, bio and the people you’re following and being followed by.

Featured Credit

We previously had a Featured project section which we’ve now changed to Featured Credit due to popular requests. This is the main project you wish to highlight at the top of your profile. Before we limited this to just the project you’ve uploaded. But now you can Feature any project you’ve been credited on which can include projects other people have uploaded.

Project filter


Another popular feature request has been the ability to filter the projects on your profile. This allows people to quickly display all your projects based on media type or role. For example, going to a bands profile, you can quickly see all their music videos, all their tracks, or all their album artwork and so on. Filtering roles will allow you to see all the projects that an artist has directed, produced or written etc.



Dylan has now been involved with Clowdy for over a year as an integral part of the creative and marketing team. In his spare time he gives the rest of the office an intense inferiority complex by being a jazz pianist, mathematically proven to be the coolest possible hobby.