Hexagon is a community of women and non-binary individuals in UX who support each other by sharing stories and fostering growth at all stages of our careers.

 
 

What we do

Through our events, mentorship program, and online community, we empower women and non-binary folks to bring their whole selves to work – building confidence, balancing the ratio in the UX industry, and effecting change on a greater scale. Read our story

Join the community

At our core, we are a global community that comes together through event programming, discussions, spotlight interviews on Medium, as well as through meaningful connections and discussions on Slack.

mentorship program

The 3-month program matches women and non-binary folks with compatible mentors which help develop their skills, confidence, and with recognizing their potential.

join a chapter

We have Hexagon chapters around the world and are continuing to grow globally. Join your local chapter or start your own.

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Closing the gap

Hexagon has identified a need for interpersonal and soft skills training, and creating a safe, inclusive space for networking.

We cover topics not often covered at mainstream UX events: these may include mental health, self-care, and balancing motherhood and work.

what our community is saying

By the end of the mentorship and school program, I was celebrating the two job offers I had received with my mentor. She gave me an outside perspective and an extra push that was needed and made me feel secure amidst the chaos of career transitioning.”

Taylor Collins, Seattle Chapter Member

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We’ve had some great company

We’ve had the privilege of partnering with some of the world’s most loved companies. They have been the backbone of Hexagon’s success in major cities worldwide, from Bangalore to Toronto, Paris to San Francisco. Thank you!

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Diversity is being invited to the party;
Inclusion is being asked to dance.

Vernā Myers / Design in Tech 2018