Congrats on winning the contest! Thanks so much for your responsiveness and flexibility as we moved towards the final design!
How Kim Spinder started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Open Government Places - in Dutch: deelstoel
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Connect, create, and innovate our society
We work towards smaller, better, and more dynamic public services. Our passion is to support and open up creativity and innovation within our society.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Open Government Places (in Dutch called ‘deelstoel’) is a project intended to open up and share government places. Civil servants can move beyond the red tape and share government forward. With this project, civil servants ‘hack’ the government and share their offices so they can access multiple sources of information and workplaces around the country. Plugging-in is easy: Share at least six workplaces, wifi and coffee, and you’re in! Because of the internet, it's now possible to organize this kind of dynamic and real-time cooperation without money. We have a world of possibilities 'at our fingertips’! So plug in, connect…and share the government forward!
The government can be fun, just like the logo :)
We will host the logo contest first, followed by the web page contest (after we have the logo). We like a textual logo with an recognizable logo design (we like a little chair in the logo (or something like that). We need a Dutch logo version called 'Deelstoel' and an English one called "Open Government Places'
Please don't copy the chair (Files Attached) but instead be inspired by it.