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February 2022 Newsletter: Proud to be a Black-Owned Product Design Company

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February 2022 Newsletter: Proud to be a Black-Owned Product Design Company

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It's Black History Month! This gives us a unique opportunity to celebrate black excellence within our own ranks and at large! We are, after all, a BoC dedicated to closing the diversity gap in product design and engineering. Check us out here: https://www.speckdesign.com/

It's Black History Month! This gives us a unique opportunity to celebrate black excellence within our own ranks and at large! We are, after all, a BoC dedicated to closing the diversity gap in product design and engineering. Check us out here: https://www.speckdesign.com/

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February 2022 Newsletter: Proud to be a Black-Owned Product Design Company

  1. 1. The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Expression & Reflection This newly released book by blank provides perspectives, stories, and conversations through a Black/African diasporic lens. Not only inspirational but a real call-to-action for the next generation of creative black minds that will imagine, shape, and design the future. Get the book → A Skincare Line for Men of Color: By a Man of Color People with darker skin have different needs than fair-skinned folks--a fact the grooming industry has long ignored--but not Patrick Boateng. This is precisely why he created Ceylon, a first-of-its-kind male grooming line created specifically to treat conditions that affect darker skin, such as acne scarring and hyperpigmentation. Experience Ceylon → Buy From Emerging Black Designers! One of the best ways to close the racial wealth gap and celebrate diverse cultures is by using your buying power within these communities. Whether you are a person of color or not, your purchase is an act of optimism and empathy. Plus, there is a lot of cool stuff to rep. Get the Goods → Exotic Planters that Bring Out Your Wild Side Designed by Justina Blakeney for her LA- based company Jungalow these exquisite planters are the epitome of style.  Just bold enough to be get noticed but still subtle enough to blend with almost any type of modern or retro decor, these vases are the design element we’ve all been looking for. Get Wild → 👍🏾 Proud to be a Black-Owned Company It's Black History Month!Which gives us a unique opportunity to celebrate black excellence andstart conversations about diversity in our field.We are, after all, a BoC dedicatedto closing the diversity gap in product design and engineering.Are youa PoC working in technology, design, or engineering? We’dlove to hear your story! F R O M   O UR   J O UR NA L S Can There Be "Good" Design Without Diversity? Probably Not. We are proud to be at the forefront of heterogeneity in the design, tech, and engineering world and believe inclusivity to be our superpower. Read our thoughts on this in our LinkedIn article. O N  T HE   HO R I Z O N Focusing on the Black Identity in Design What does it mean to be a black person in design? In the past, it mostly meant being invisible. But, with a renewed national focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, PoC have a real opportunity to become more visible and make systematic changes that include more influence in designing the future. We will explore this topic in our upcoming February posts. Keep an eye on our LI and Journal for more. B L A C K   E X C E L L E NC E   F I ND S   A ND   R E A D S At Speck Design, we have been creating the future for 25 years, helping our clients build lasting connections with their customers through compelling and innovative product design. We believe the catalyst for effective design is passion, diversity, and partnership. We work with organizations big and small, local and global, start-up and legacy to bring their dreams to life and their vision to market. About Us    Our Projects    The Journal    Contact Us Connect with us on our social media

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