With team Dribbble stationed across North America, it’s impossible to turn a blind eye on the events happening in cities in our own backyard. We stand with the individuals bravely making their voices heard, and recognize that we can all do better.
As designers, we have a unique skill-set that can help give shape and form to the voices of the under-served, disadvantaged, and unequal. We can help amplify what must be heard. To reinforce this point, we’re shining a spotlight on artwork and design from our community inspired by recent events and Black Lives Matter advocacy. ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼
“We have the skill sets to be able to create change. As designers, our skillset is perfectly tailored to be involved in political change and social change. It’s completely relevant.” — Designer & Illustrator Lisa Engler
We are currently donating 100% of the proceeds from the Dribbble Shop to the Equal Justice Initiative—a non-partisan, nonprofit group that focuses on criminal justice reform, education on the history of slavery, and racial justice ■
Row 1: Leigh Le Roux, Alisa Wismer, Tony Safran. Row 2: Miruna Talpas, Oban Jones, Sara. Row 3: Erik McGrew, Kyle Letendre, Alex Burch. Row 4: Sam Dunn, Alex Aperios, Emi Westside. Row 5: Cymone Wilder, Mariosupa, Crystal C. Yan. Row 6: Olga Semklo, Esther Shin, Viet Huynh. Row 7: Savanna Hunter-Reeves, Mark Hardin, Jeret Coe Chiri.