When I created Inspiring Black Designers a year ago, I did so because I felt the voices and amazing work of black designers and developers weren’t being recognized nor seen among the design community.
For the past year, I’ve interviewed and highlighted some talented design professionals and received a handful of support.
Yet there is still this undeniable and unable to ignore fact that there are some people put off by bloggers like myself who choose to specifically highlight and inspire black designers and developers only.
My question is, why?
It’s been a year since I made a little declaration that launched Revision Path. In that year, I learned a lot about the design community through interviews with Black web developers, graphic designers, and web designers that I’d like to share. But first, some backstory.
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