Great communication, and put the extra effort in at the end for me. Thanks again!
How ScottUCode started their t-shirt journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We teach kids how to program. Ages 7-18 come to our centers twice a week and do programming work at home the other 5 days a week.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I just want something very funny! The funniest will win! The only requirements are the website address (http://www.ucode.com) has to be visible and the funniness has to have something to do with teaching kids to program.
One idea is to say in some kind of funny way that we teach hardcore code, we're not just a silly computer camp. And maybe have a computer screen with code in it (there's a great example screenshot of code at this webpage: http://henrik.nyh.se/2007/07/skinny…eat-model)? I don't know... maybe that's not too funny :)
Adobe InDesign file preferred, but not required.
Students will be up to 18 years old and I already have the word "kids" in the slogan (which is in the logo). So I don't want the t-shirt to be catering to the 7 year olds and have a kid-oriented theme. The t-shirt needs to make the older kids feel good about signing up as well. Of course, the parents (who will pay my bills) will be looking at it too..
UCode is about developing young minds and letting them figure out how to solve problems logically and creatively. Code is the most efficient, fun and rewarding way to do this while at the same time giving kids a truly valuable skill in our increasingly technology oriented world.