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As the father of an LGBTQ+ identified teenager I was always impressed by Twitter's commitment to inclusion. I created the Pronoun Project as a means to greet new employees in an inclusive way.

 

I built on Twitter's #ONETEAM tagline to create the "Many Pronouns" t-shirt design. It features 9 LGBTQ+ recognized self identification pronouns inside of the Twitter logo to visualize that there is space for everyone to be seen as their authentic selves.

Addressing someone by the correct pronouns can be tricky and awkward, so I began brainstorming of other items that could be included in the "Welcome Box" and landed on stickers. I designed the stickers to feature the nine recognized pronouns in a left justified horizontal stack with #ONETEAM underneath the pronouns. The stickers provide a nonverbal means of communication for coworkers to acknowledge each other's preferred pronouns.

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T-shirt

Stickers

ROLE

Sr. Graphic Designer

Art Direction

TWITTER

Twitter Pronoun Project

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Lesbians Who Tech & Allies is a community of LGBTQ+ women, non-binary and trans individuals in and around tech and the people who support them.

 

During Pride Month, Twitter hosted the summit at their SF and NYC headquarters. In addition to the materials supporting the event a series of digital office signage, social posts, and presentation covers were created to increases awareness and engagement with events in support of Pride.

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Event Signage

Digital Signage

Presentation Covers

Menus

ROLE

Art Direction

Twitter

Lesbians Who Tech Summit

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Twitter Black Birds is the business resource group for Black Tweeps & allies. 

 

The "Take Up Space" campaign was created to amplify black voices and experiences during    Black history month 2022. The campaign featured social posts, presentation materials, and internal digital signage that would be used to support speaker series during Black history month.

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Social

Website

Presentations

ROLE

Art Direction

Twitter

"Take Up Space" Campaign