Queer Design Club is an online free community with a Slack group for LGBTQ+ designers to share their work and connect with each other.

The community discusses a wide range of topics. It starts from the role of designers in LGBTQ+ activism and goes all the way to relevant LGBTQ+ contributions to the design space.

The community has a Slack group for networking purposes. It's an exclusive space for designers to share ideas and expand their knowledge and network. To join, you need to request an invitation.

One of the best features of this community is the members' directory. It's a list of all the profiles of the designers that are part of the community. You can find their names, location, and area of expertise and reach out to like-minded people.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2019
  • Founders:

    Rebbeca Brooker

  • Amount of members: 1,200
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Support like-minded designers:
The community offers the opportunity to sell and buy members' products on its website. The slogan is "Merch for the community, by the community".

Expand your network:
By joining the Slack group, you will connect with like-minded people. It's a chance to learn from other members' experiences and find new peers to bounce off ideas.

Participate in the Summit:
This is a special event to talk about the queer designer experience. It's virtual and you can buy the tickets directly from the community's website.


To join the Slack group, you need to request an invitation. This will be sent to your mail.


Learning Events

There is a special event for the Queer Design Club community. It's called the "Summit". The event is virtual and it is held once a year. Designers attending join to talk about their queer design experience. Guests also discuss the outcomes of previous Summits. To attend, you need to visit the community's website and register to buy the tickets.

Networking Events

Members of Queer Design Club have created a Slack group to interact with other designers. It's private and exclusive to LGBTQ+ designers. They commonly ask questions about their projects to receive feedback from like-minded colleagues. Also, it's a space open to free interaction. The idea is for members to get to know each other and share their experiences.


The Queer Design Club helps LGBTQ+ designers to get visibility, showcase their work, and get new career opportunities in the design space.

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