A look at diversity, equity, and inclusion in brand design

An illustration of three people in profile view. From left to right, there’s a medium-skinned person with short white hair, a light-skinned person with dark brown hair and a beard, and a dark-skinned person wearing a green hijab.
An illustration of three people in profile view. From left to right, there’s a medium-skinned person with short white hair, a light-skinned person with dark brown hair and a beard, and a dark-skinned person wearing a green hijab.

By: Rob Nikzad, Robin Juan, Debbie Kim, Amy Wong, Natalie Garnett, Kristyn Braden, Chloe Dalby, Jay Borrelli, Natalie Cowan, Katie Booker, Anita Yung, Felicia Shivakumar & Brian Villanueva

As designers at NerdWallet, we strive to give careful thought to the imagery and experiences we put out in the world. Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have always been important to us as individuals, but it became imperative this past year to recommit to these values by making them a formal part of our team’s process. To show, not just tell.

As our country faced its systems of inequity, we asked ourselves…

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