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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Code the Change
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
Code the Change (formerly Hackathon - see hackathon.stanford.edu) envisions social change as an key part of computer science culture. We help computer scientists use their skills for causes including, but not limited to, education, international development, and healthcare. For instance, we put on short hackathons where CS students across the nation to program for nonprofits. We also help connect CS students with jobs and internships in social good.
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
To computer scientists: "there are lots of fun opportunities coding for social change"
To nonprofits: "tech help is finally accessible. I can use Code the Change to grow my organization"
To funders / foundations: "this organization helps a lot of nonprofits and is changing computer science culture. Code the Change has a big impact"
It's okay if you can't hit all of that. The logo should just capture as much of "coding for a cause" as you can.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
I imagine the logo as image + text, and I'm generally a fan of simple elegance. I am easily swayed by good designs, so don't let that stop any of your ideas.
The logo should work in a variety of formats -- website, business card, light tshirt, dark tshirt, letter head, stickers, etc. Thus, even though color is good, it should also work in black and white and be recognizable when small.
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