Learning to R.I.S.E.
The Information Systems Department in a Canadian School Division is promoting a new internal robotics' initiative. Schools within the division will have an opportunity to apply to host Learning to R.I.S.E. in their school. The goals are to introduce students to simple robotics, science concepts in electricity, to use technology to share their learning and of course, to have fun!
Learning to R.I.S.E. in an internal robotics initiative for students ages 10 – 12 using snap circuit kits, LEGO Mindstorm kits and infusion of Information and Communication Technologies such as blogging, digital photography and video making.
Our initial promotion will be towards teachers so that they apply to host the initiative but the logo would also need to appeal to students. The logo will appear in internal documentation, private and public facing portal/websites, correspondence and tshirts for students who participate in the Learning to R.I.S.E. initiative.
We are looking for a logo to represent the robotics’ initiative.
It must appeal to teachers, students and parents.
The title "Learning to R.I.S.E." must appear in the logo.
The logo should be clean and simple, nothing too busy or elaborate.
Cartoon imagery is welcome.
Feel free to experiment with colors. We are not tied to any particular colour scheme.
The logo should imply that this will be Fun.
No stock photography.
The files we will require are:
Print file format - .ai (CMYK)
Web file format - .jpg and layered .psd (RGB)
And any file with black on white and white on black