Considering it’s International Women’s Day I thought I would share some fantastic female illustrators, typographers and designers I have discovered via dribbble. The design industry is definitely male dominated and I have very few female colleagues so it’s nice to discover and connect with like-minded ladies thanks to the internet. I also want to celebrate and encourage other women in this field because I sure know it can be hard at times and I imagine other people have had similar experiences. Encourage a lady in your life today…especially if you are one!
 
 

Alyssa Nassner

alyssanassner.com
 
I love the color block style of Alyssa’s illustrations. Less line and more shape is something that inspires me!
 

 

 
 

Mary Kate McDevitt

marykatemcdevitt.com
 
Mary has one of the most unique and well-defined styles out there in the freelance world right now. I love how fresh and full of life her work is.
 



 
 

Claire Coullon

www.coullon.com
 
I am new to discovering Claire’s work and it has been very refreshing. She provides a very simple, restrained approach to type that is all her own. I love how smooth and careful her lines are.
 

 

 
 

Missy Austin

www.missyaustin.com
 
I discovered Missy Austin first on losttype.com when I fell in love with the font she designed called Nelma. The rest of her work also does not disappoint.
 

 

 

 
 

Roxanne Daner

www.yoursroxanne.com
 
Again, I discovered Roxanne’s work on Dribbble and I am in love with her illustration style. So much character and story in each drawing.
 

 

 



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