Women in Tech is a topic close to Clearleft’s heart all year round. We’re proud to buck the trend in terms of our workforce all the way up to our leadership team. But it’s finding the time to progress our industry beyond their project workload that we want to celebrate.
Ladies that UX
Our UX Designer Hana runs the Brighton arm of Ladies that UX, a monthly meet up for ladies in the UX community to share, collaborate, and build their UX skills. This group is also open to women who are interested in UX and would like to learn in a friendly environment.
It takes everyone to build a great product."
She wants to bring together disciplines, she’s inviting people across UX, Dev, Sales, Project Managers and Marketing to tackle some hands-on UX tools and exercises, to boost shared understanding and deliver a better experience that puts the user at the centre of our universe.
Cassie is one of our front-end developers, she also hosts codebar Brighton – a weekly meetup to encourage groups underrepresented in tech to get into coding. Aiming to increase diversity in the tech industry the group cleverly brings together coding newbies with developers from across Brighton to mentor them (over pizza).
Further breaking down barriers she has also just launched codebar talks, where you’re encouraged to leave behind the laptop and attend a friendly evening of progressive chats around digital.
There are a whole host of other events running throughout March in parallel with Women’s History Month. We’re proud to be one of sponsor the event sponsors and to host many of the inspiring sessions downstairs at 68 Middle Street.
These aren’t just events about and for women, they are changing the way we work as businesses for the better, and that’s what we’ll be celebrating this International Women’s Day.