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As a queer designer, I created Pride designs for marketing teams, emphasizing their personal significance as a queer employee.

Authentic support during Pride Month requires more than a rainbow logo; it involves actively hiring and compensating queer designers. True inclusion goes beyond symbolic gestures, emphasizing genuine representation and internal support.


Hustle, a freelance client, wanted to update their Pride logo to incorporate the more inclusive Progress Flag colors. I updated the logo, expanding the flag to suit the new flag and work at small resolutions, such as an email signature or deck watermark.


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I ideated, designed, and executed a series of blog posts for 2021 Pride at Chorus. I interviewed queer employees and featured their answers across four blog posts. Here are some of those assets.



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I was asked to write a blog post about my designs where I talk about what inspired me for the 2020 design.

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"I wanted to design something fresh this year and not just because making rainbow graphics is really fun for a designer. As we know, in a COVID-19 world, Pride parades are cancelled, and in-person corporate inclusivity programs are at a halt. While no design can make up for those things, it was important to me to convey connection in my design.

I chose to incorporate a pattern that elicits connectivity with concentric lines and curves. It also resembles a topographical map, a nod to our shared experiences in a time when we have to be apart. We can’t celebrate Pride in person this year, but we are more connected than ever. Whether you’re part of the queer community or an ally, I think we can all appreciate a little celebration right now for how far LGBTQ+ rights have come."

In addition, I was asked to help reskin an blog post about gender inclusivity in email programs for Pride month. Here are some assets for that post.

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I also created this image for Pride 2020, unaffiliated with any company, as a personal project.

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My first Pride design was in 2019 for SparkPost, to be used for t-shirts and internal initiatives for inclusivity and Pride celebration.

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My Pride designs have helped companies display their allyship both on Pride month and year-round. From internal celebrations at SparkPost to a blog series fostering inclusivity at Chorus, and the practical adaptability of the updated Hustle logo, each project reflects a commitment to authentic representation. Beyond visuals, these projects capture Pride through meaningful narratives, creating connections and inclusivity.

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