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Networks for Training and Development, Inc. Logo Design Contest
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Design Contest Brief

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Company Name: Networks for Training and Development, Inc.
Our Slogan
(do not include on logo - too small) Envisioning a world with equal access and opportunities for ALL…
What We Do
Networks for Training and Development, Inc. (Networks) began in 1992 in the Philadelphia area, with a vision to promote inclusive communities through quality training, consultation, and practice for individuals with disabilities, families, businesses, neighborhoods, and communities. Today our reach is worldwide, still providing disability training and consultation, as well as organizational support, while now also offering wellness education, community and social activism, and non-profit incubator services.
Industry: Non-Profit

Things to Communicate Through Our Design
1. Inclusion; Holistic Wellness
2. Non-profit Organizational Development / Support
3. Strategic Support / Organizational Development

Target Audience
* Individuals with disabilities, their families and supporters, and their employers. * Communities that do not have access to wholistic wellness treatments, and organizations that have access to these communities of people * Non-profit organizations, or new projects doing non-profit work in need of organizational support * Organizations that need assistance in improving overall effectiveness or in overcoming an issue or system-wide issues and challenges

We Like These Designs (fonts, colors, style)
What we liked about the images provided below: symbolism of world, although we now know we do not want literal representation of this in our logo; indication of inclusiveness / belonging, color What we did not like: Lack of diversity in images of people, except for color; No women, children, people of different abilities, ages, etc. We had even thought of the possibility of a more symbolic image/design What we need in our logo: Text should be sans serif for accessibility reasons. If you split the organization name split it at NETWORKS since we are known by many of our customers as "Networks". It should be larger than "for Training and Development, Inc." but this needs to be readable as well even on a business card. It is okay to use two lines. Yellow is great as a color on the image, or to highlight, but yellows and oranges can be difficult to see when used for text.

Our Design Will Be Used On
Web,  Print Media,  Mugs & Tshirts 

Additional Info Added Aug 18, 2019
#395 – Can we see this with our colors (see our logos in the brief) and a sans serif font. Capitalize the T, D, and I in the second line. If possible make the second line slightly larger so it is readable.

#333 – same thing for second line – a little more readable. I like the all caps that were used.

Incorporating the tagline "Envisioning a world..." is not necessary. In a logo the text would probably be too small to be understood anyway. Hope this helps.


Do not use the tagline in the logo - it is too small.


If you split the name of the organization, please split after Networks. (Our customers commonly shorten our name to Networks, and know us as such.)


I am attaching our current logo and asking that you use these colors if possible since folks recognize this.


We now know we prefer a more abstract representation of our worldwide work rather than literal.


Text should be sans serif as this is more accessible, and a large part of our customer base experience various disabilities.


We would like to see what might come up if emphasis was placed on dreams and opportunities. (avoid bubbles or childlike images). There are images we like, but tended to be too cutesy.


Would want text under image, so image can be larger, and larger "Networks" than "for Training and Development, Inc."


If you are going to use Networks in a different color, use our blue or make it black like the rest of the lettering.

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