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Job Opportunity: Seeking web developers and creatives for ‘Justice Beyond the Binary’ website

March 20, 2024


Justice Beyond the Binary Website 

Expressions of interest sought by Wednesday 3rd April 2024

About the project  

LGBTI Legal Service (LGBTILS) is creating a standalone website to host a ‘know your rights’ resource for the nonbinary community. This resource will include information to help nonbinary people and their allies to navigate areas of life where they may experience discrimination or interact with the legal system.

We are seeking a design team to help with the creation of the website. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a world-first resource, dedicated solely to the legal needs of nonbinary people.

About the roles 

We are making a standalone website focusing on the legal rights of the nonbinary community.
We are seeking applicants to design and develop the website as well as artists to create original artwork to be displayed alongside the content of the website.
We are seeking one or more creatives with the following skills:

Web Design – take lead in designing the website including colour pallet, layout, font, and placing of images

Web Development – Develop the back end of a standalone website. Website will be mostly text based, hosting images and documents that can be downloaded, with minimal interactive elements

Digital art and logo design – create original artwork and design for the website. You may design one or more of these elements:

  • 10 simple logo designs symbolising areas of life such as education and travel

  • A logo design for the entire project

  • One vibrant header image that celebrates the diversity of the nonbinary community

All artworks should be in vector images and with specifications appropriate for publication on a website. For examples of symbols and art vibes seeTransHub.

The following qualifications/experiences will be looked on favourably:

  • Ability to manage time and work to a deadline
  • We encourage you to apply if you feel you could bring something to the project, even if you have no formal qualifications
  • A strong commitment to supporting the nonbinary community. Members of the nonbinary community are strongly encouraged to apply.



This is a paid role, with a flat rate for the entire project. Please provide a quote or example of your rates.


LGBTI Legal Service is based in Meanjin/Brisbane, but we are open to working with creatives based anywhere in Australia.
Contact us to discuss

If you are interested in any of these positions please email Bowen Harding, project officer, on
Please send in your expression of interest by providing a CV, two referees and some examples (or weblinks) to your previous work by Wednesday 3rd of April 2024.

About us 

The LGBTI Legal Service (LGBTILS) is a not-for-profit statewide specialist community legal service established by and for the LGBTIQA+ community in Queensland.
Recognising the significant gaps in culturally safe and inclusive services for LGBTIQA+ people and barriers to access legal and other support services, LGBTILS operates a ‘no wrong door approach’, brokering solutions and referral pathways for LGBTIQA+ people in Queensland (and around Australia) no matter what problems they present with.

LGBTILS provides information, referrals, advice and limited representation across a wide range of legal problems, with the majority of problems falling under the areas of discrimination, employment, family law and domestic violence, criminal law and victims of crime. LGBTILS also has an active Law Reform division that seeks to advocate for LGBTIQA+-inclusive law reform and the protection of human rights in Australia.

LGBTILS also endeavours to regularly provide community legal education activities and resources in order to increase awareness of legal rights and issues relating to the LGBTIQA+ community in Queensland.

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