We can’t stop smiling at these 17 Pride Month designs



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Updated 6/25/2018: We’ve added even more gorgeous designs to this post. Happy Pride, everybody!

June is Pride Month, and with just a few days left, we’re stopping to appreciate all the designers who created something to celebrate. From Facebook and Instagram’s new features to Twitch highlighting LGBTQ+ creators and adding new Pride emotes, designers have been busy spreading the message that love is love.

Keep scrolling to see 17 of our favorite Pride Month designs.


“P R ✌🏻D E” by Viet Huynh. Great color, and the lettering is just beyond fun.

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“🌈Love is love” by Jenna Carando, honor of Pride Month and San Francisco’s Pride Parade.

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“‘Pinned’ Facebook Sticker: Slice of Pride” by Jennifer Hood for Hoodzpah. “We all deserve to have our cake and eat it to. Here’s to finding your slice of sweetness,” writes Jennifer. This is a sticker from an enamel pin-themed pack they did for Facebook.


“Type for Pride Month <3" by Sarah Pedregon

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“Pride Buns” by Thomas Fitzpatrick for Hopper. The bun with the rainbow sunglasses? Perfect.


“Pride” by Dribbble’s own Sarah Kuehnle. We can’t get enough of Sarah’s style.

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“Pride sticker” by Ji-hern Baek for Evernote Design.

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“Love yourself, love nature, love people… because in the end, only love is going to save the world,” says designer Bárbara Mercedes.

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A sun sporting sunglasses, a unicorn, ice cream—we want to live inside this design by Meg Robichaud for Shopify pride.

Related: Fostering inclusivity in design

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Says IBM’s Patrick Chew: “I screen printed this rainbow 8-bar (like the IBM 8 bar) to commemorate Austin Pride a few weeks ago and to celebrate our diverse community at IBM Design 🌈
I have no doubt that the diversity of our design studio has helped grow my skills sets, build my empathy, and helped me become a better designer and human.”

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Says designer Chee Sim: “French Bulldogs do not discriminate, and they are full of love to share with everyone!”

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We’re living for these gradients. Ruby Jazz created this beauty for Github’s 2017 pride meetup.

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A pastel pink background lets this rainbow American flag animation really shine bright. Fantastic work by Jurek Mazurek.

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The famous Dropbox logo gets the rainbow treatment. By Arlen McCluskey.

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Gorgeous line work by Mercedes Bazan. This would look amazing framed.

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Another super cool Github pride design from Ruby Jazz. We’ll take one in a small, please. 🙏

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#PRIDE2017 sticker for Instagram stories, by the oh-so-talented Carra Sykes.

Did you design for Pride this year?

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Kristin Hillery
As Editor of the InVision Blog, Kristin works with tech industry leaders from all over the world to publish articles on everything from UX design to freelancing with depression. Find out how you can become an InVision Blog contributor. You can also follow her on Instagram here.

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