Re-brand and web design for Girlgaze — closing the gender gap for the world's best female-identifying creatives.

Girlgaze is an online network that connects a global network of female and non-binary creatives with the world’s best brands, via an innovative jobs platform. Founder Amanda de Cadenet came to us with an ask to breathe new life into the company and create a new identity that felt fresh and energetic, but neutral enough to house the diversity it represents.

In response, we designed a logo that lights up, with a little bounce — a custom wordmark brought to life with a surprise burst of color and energy.

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A palette of neon pastels — the girly, glowy, glue that ties everything together.

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Website

From Nike to Dove, the new Girlgaze.com was designed to showcase the latest editorial content created by the Girlgaze enterprise, alongside its two-way platform set up for both Creatives and Employers.

Using color-coding to clearly bucket the site by audience, the website mixes together a range of content types — flexing the brand’s candy color palette and editorial type treatment in slightly different ways on each page, depending on its function.

The site we designed for Girlgaze.com went live, exactly as we designed it. We’ve embedded the live site below so that you can scroll through the entire site — without needing to leave. Happy snooping!

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