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Background

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Education

About Your Company

I am a professor in mechanical engineering and I teach a class called "How to Make (Almost) Anything" that is open to engineering and non-engineering students. The course teaches students the basics of hand tools, design drawing, 2D CAD, 3D CAD, circuits, 3D printing, laser cutting, molding and casting, vacuum forming, sewing and more.

Execution

Logo Usage
  • Print

  • Screen / Digital

  • Clothing

Preferred Logo Style
  • Image + Text

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How to Make (Almost) Anything

Top 3 Things

Hand tools, digital fabrication tools (e.g. 3D printer, laser cutter), and inclusivity of all majors. Not sure how you represent the last one, but it would be nice to communicate that you don't have to be an engineer to take the course.

Vision

The winning logo has the text "How to Make (Almost) Anything" and creatively insets the images of a number of the tools and skill building that the course covers.

Additional Info

The attached image is the flier for the course this spring. My goal is to brand this course through through fliers, presentations, and t-shirts in the coming semesters.

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