CLAUD logo design competition

CLAUD, a network of higher education libraries who are working to improve library access for disabled users, is running a competition to design its new logo.   The competition runs until 31 December 2015.

Quoting from the CLAUD website:

“In conjunction with ongoing work to develop a new web site, we are also looking to update our logo and this may in turn have an impact on the colour themes for our new site.  The current logo can be seen on the home page and our strapline is ‘Promoting Accessible Libraries’.  An award of £500 will be made for the winning logo design.  The winning logo will be judged by the CLAUD committee and their decision will be final.  You will be credited on the CLAUD website for your design and the logo will be used on the web site and on our publicity literature.  Once the design has been accepted, the copyright will be assigned to CLAUD to use as it requires.”

Read more about the competition, logo requirements and how to submit your design.

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