Are you looking to engage new audiences and break into new markets? Or are you looking to be more inclusive in your marketing and communications?
Our 2020 Benchmark Report shines a light on the state of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility in the design industry, and offers concrete tips for creating more inclusive and equitable design.
Don’t let diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion just be buzz words in your organization! This 56-page report with 63 data charts looks into systemic and process reasons for inequity in the design industry. Discover data that begins to unravel the complexities of IDEA in design. And find out how you can leverage your personal or organizational power to design with equity in mind!
Hear what designers have to say
“The design industry is trying to move mountains with independent, fragmented efforts that aren’t connected to one another. We need to rally under one sophisticated organization that connects interrelated efforts.”
“I think a broader conversation needs to be had around power and how designers inherently have it. We should be more cognizant of how these power dynamics come into play with the projects we work on and the users/beneficiaries/clients we serve. In politics, for instance, it is clear that leaders have power and influence and thus are typically held to standards of truly understanding/representing/serving their constituents. Design is very similar, but we often overlook this.”
“I see a lot of work being done in the design community, but we don’t work with only designers. It’s usually non-designers and teams we collaborate with that don’t have the shared goal of improving this situation.”
Discover best practices
Brevity & Wit’s Diversity & Design Benchmark Report doesn’t just present the data. It helps you interpret the facts, making meaning out of the data. The report also shares best practices for creating a more inclusive culture and retaining your diverse talent.
Diversity drives innovation
Don’t be fooled. Diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion are not just nice things to do. They are business imperatives. Discover how you can harness the diversity of your organization to drive creativity and innovation!
We surveyed nearly 50 designers to find out what diversity really looks like in design agencies and departments. Whether you are running a design firm or working with an agency, the information in this report will help you identify the key levers you can pull to create more inclusive and equitable design for your organization.