Red Hatters believe in transparency, collaboration, and inclusion. These principles aren’t just for creating technology — they shape how we design, too.
Open design is built on collaboration.
It's a conversation between diverse voices. It's about listening to what our community needs, taking that feedback, and creating systems that work together, across teams and contexts.
Open design creates helpful and accessible experiences for real people.
By designing our enterprise products in the open, we give our customers and partners the opportunity to directly shape the product experiences they use.
Global Director, User Experience Design
Inclusivity, open exchange of ideas, and collaboration are the foundations of innovative design and are essential to creating a Red Hat branded experience.
Director, Design, Brand + Creative
Open design practices connect and align our many teams working together to build a unified experience for Red Hat.
Director, Digital User Experience
Our brand is the source for our identity, governing all of our experiences. Standards are a vital baseline, changing and evolving for what's next.
Our digital design system contains tools, guides, and examples for building unified, consistent experiences. It's the foundation of our digital UX.
Our open source product design system provides resources for building scalable enterprise applications, from documentation and components to code examples and tutorials.
A collaborative rooted in open source, our Open Studio Community is a group of all creatives inside (and some outside) of Red Hat—sharing, teaching, and creating together.
We create Red Hat's visual identity so that people can easily recognize and connect with Red Hat's brand.
We are graphic designers, art directors, animators, and filmmakers.
We create Red Hat's digital presence so that users have easy access to information, support, and services.
We are UX designers, researchers, producers, and front-end developers.
We create Red Hat's product interfaces so that users can intuitively navigate and understand our products.
We are researchers, interaction designers, visual designers, content designers, and front-end developers.