Feeling creative? Design a logo for CLAUD (and win ££)

CLAUD is nearly 20!

CLAUD (Creating Libraries Accessible to Users with Disabilities) is celebrating its 20th birthday next year. To coincide with this, they are developing a new website.

Could you be the designer of their new logo?

The folks at CLAUD have launched a competition for their new logo. The winner will see their creation used on the CLAUD website and in their publicity literature – and an award of £500 will be made for the winning design.

At York St John our librarians have been publicising this to art and design students. With the upcoming changes to DSAs, accessibility is hot on the HE radar. Plus, it’s UK Disability History Month until the 22nd December, so it’s a perfect time to discuss equality and inclusion.

To enter

Full information can be seen in the appended documents, and via the CLAUD webpages. The deadline for entries is 31 December 2015.

More about CLAUD

CLAUD is a regional group of HE librarians from the South and South West of England. Further information can be seen at the About webpage, along with details about other regional groups.

You can also join a new Jiscmail list, lis-accessibility, to  keep up-to-date with the latest developments on accessibility and accessible resource provision in libraries.

CLAUD logo competition notice

CLAUD logo design brief

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