14 Black Web Designers You Should Hire For Your Next Project

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If you need some #blackgirlmagic sprinkled on your website then these are the girls to call.

As we all know, black women are extremely underrepresented in the world of tech on a corporate and business level. Although larger organizations are aware of this issue and are working to diversify the space, there is still a wide breadth of talented black web designers that still go unrecognized for the contributions that make in the space – especially on the design front. Well, Black women are tech creators — and good ones at that.

Black web designers deserve to be recognized and that is why we did our own reviews to spotlight some great black web designers to further showcase their talent! If you’re looking for someone to turn up the notch on your boring old site, then look no further! Here’s our curated list of talented tech women and black web designers who are serving it in the digital design world. We are all about connecting ambitious people with BAUCE women and this list does just that!

Top black web designers you should hire for your next project right now:

1. Beautifuli Digital

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If you are in need of a design-obsessed web developer who can whip your website together with quality and style, then Li of Beautifuli Digital is your girl. A passionate technologist, Li is a black woman web designer lives at the intersect of technology, design, and content creation. Her specialties include building jaw-dropping site experiences for busy working professionals, e-commerce brands, and corporate brands.

With a background in digital marketing, Li does her web development work from a business lens as well and knows how to code with your end goal in mind. If you’re in need of a true web developer who can build custom sites from scratch, she is your girl. Her creative studio, Beautifuli Digital, also offers tech support, branding, and web design services.


2. Dana James Mwangi

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With a little bit of sweat and tears, Dana was able to build her own web design company, Cheers Creative. Dana helps to build and brand start-up companies or any company looking to do some upgrading. She has a BFA in graphic design from the University of Memphis, so we’d say you should definitely give this BAUCE a try.

Contact:@danajamesmwagi   Cheers Creative

3. Fatima Burke

She does web design, and she does it well. Fatima has over 10 years of experience in the web design field. She strives to make design obtainable for everyone, across multiple platforms. This black web designer currently works for Root Magazine and Look Up Radio.

Contact: @MrsFatimaBurke   fatimaburke

4. The Refined Brand

If you are looking for a talented branding strategist that can take your online presence to the next level then look no further. Gratiana is a LA native residing on the east coast serving quality design services for luxury and personal brands.

Contact: @gratianaprince

5. Raven Ponder

This Atlanta-based design architect is a talented creative professional that specializes in creating memorable brand identities that will make your website visitors stop and stare. If you are in need of packaging design, full-scale branding or a new website with soulful aesthetics, you will not go wrong by working with Raven.

Contact: Raven Ponder Studio | IG: @rp.digitalstudio

6. DonYe Taylor of The Digital Footprint

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DonYe is the young genius behind The Digital Footprint, a black-owned and millennial-led creative agency specializing in social media strategy, content creation, and digital marketing. If you are in need of a 360 revamp or are a new brand looking to establish your total digital presence online (from site to social and marketing collateral), then check out her site.

Contact: @donyetaylor her website

7. Carmen Stacey

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With the use of objects and lines, Carmen really captivates her viewers. She is a graphic designer as well as an illustrator who is worth the follow.

Contact: @staycarm  carmenstacey

8. Kimberly of Blog Bohemian

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Kimberly Luxe is a blogger and graphic designer. She is a force when it comes to branding and creating awareness through creative organic campaigns. Her designs are bold and she recently launched a design template shop for bloggers.

Contact: blogbohemian

9. Krystle Rowry

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Krystle Rowry of Kriss Did It is a web designer who’s use of color and shapes truly makes her work stand out from the rest. Her designs are elegant and empowering and she has done work for several top digital influencers including Issa Rae, Marie Forleo, the Food Heaven Made Easy team, and even Zim of Travel Noire to name a few. If you are in need of an industry expert in web design who has worked with top clientele, she’s your girl!

Contact: @krissdidit  krissdidit

10. Jordon Rosier

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If you are in need of a talented creative that specializes in logo design for your website or app look no further. Jordon is a digital creative that has experience in communications, branding, and design for start-ups, corporate companies, and non-profits. Reach out to her if you are in need of some bomb digital designs for your site that can attract an audience and convert into sales!

Contact: website

11. Shanakay Hall

Shanakay is a Toronto-based web designer and digital consultant that creates WordPress websites for online businesses. She especially loves working with girl-powered service-based businesses and entrepreneurs looking to level up their online presence through a website redesign. 

Contact: Kaylo Digital

12. Tiffany Tolliver

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If you’re in need of a branding dynamo who knows everything from digital marketing to web strategy, then Tiffany of the Emma Rose agency is your girl. She works mostly with entrepreneurs on a higher-end budget in need of improving their entire online presence, but her deliverables include everything from a social media audit, Wix websites, creative photoshoots, and business cards. 

Contact: @theemmaroseagency

13. Brittany Antoinette of The Idea Girl

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If you are in need of a brand refresh, Brittany is your girl. With a strong expertise in branding and design consulting, Brittany loves working with women-owned businesses and provides a range of services from brand strategy, product development, e-commerce design to social media management. If you are in need of a dedicated full-service agency for all your digital touchpoints, then don’t hesitate to reach out to her.

Contact: Instagram website

14. Jasmine “Bobby” Oliver

Web design and creating content was the material used to fill the void that had been longing in Jasmine’s life. Her work is expressive and a great example of a BAUCE woman on her grind. Her work is worth a look!

Contact: vyrlcodesign



  1. Dana James Mwangi

    June 14, 2017 at 1:37 pm

    Thank you so much for featuring me! It’s an honor to be listed among these amazing rockstars!

  2. Jae

    June 16, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    Love, love, love this article. Congrats to all the ladies featured. You are definitely great role model for young, black female creatives, like myself.

  3. Sasha-Shae

    June 29, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    Awesome! Really nice to see so many awesome fellow black creatives featured! Found some new ones here too.

  4. Krystle Rowry

    October 10, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    Thank you for including me, Shenika!! All of these designers are amazing and I’m honored to be amongst them!

  5. shakaba

    December 23, 2018 at 11:51 am

    Thank you for posting this, as I am looking to hire a web designer with an African heritage so this is so helpful.

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