Better experiences start with collaboration

Sharing ideas and hearing multiple perspectives is how we work, and we push ourselves to improve every day. We asked some designers about being open, sharing perspectives, and waking up in the morning. Hear what they had to say.

What makes designing at Red Hat unique?

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Allona Wilkerson photo
Allona Wilkerson photo
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I was encouraged to share my own ideas and approaches to design. This included everything from the strategy behind a project to the execution, and I remember that being intimidating starting out. But one of the aspects of becoming a designer that I hold closely is the experience of the studio space.

Allona Wilkerson

Graphic Designer, Brand Design

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Red Hat has so many products and avenues to share their product information so finding patterns and creating consistency throughout the platform is uniquely challenging.

Ann Nguyen

Associate Product Designer

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How are you incorporating open source principles into your designs or design processes?

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The entire design process is very open and collaborative. Adobe XD has a coediting feature which allows me to invite other designers into my files so we can collaborate and design together in real time. Also, briefs, copy docs, and design mockups are all open to feedback and commenting.

Liz Wood

Principal UX Designer

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Our designs are influenced by both the upstream and downstream community. From our design system, to our processes, frameworks and code repos, everything is open and accessible to the public.

Kevin Hatchoua

Senior UX Designer

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How do you think diverse voices and perspectives make the design process stronger?

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Chae Bin Park photo
Chae Bin Park photo
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I think good design and designer sensibility comes from the richness of our experiences. If you’ve got a group of people with a variety of different interests, experiences, and thoughts you have so much more to work with and build off of - diversity is at the core of strengthening the spirit of creativity.

Chae Bin Park

Associate UX Designer

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Diverse voices strengthen the creative process by providing ideas from a perspective that otherwise wouldn’t have been heard. I think our life experiences culminate in the way we approach problem solving, and having a diverse array of perspectives will only strengthen our processes and solutions.

Michael Celedonia

Visual Design Team Lead

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How does your design work contribute to the creation of helpful and accessible experiences?

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As a former engineer and advocate for web standards and accessibility, I’m now translating those skills into creating designs that always consider screen reader navigation, while encouraging education on accessibility best practices and the use of semantic HTML throughout our product teams.

Krystal Moore

Senior Product Designer

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Producing diverse assets that can be used across all regions helps collaboration.

Fadzly Sayarasi

Senior Designer and Brand Manager

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