I am very excited to let you all know that the Wikipedia Education
Program now has a visual identity!
What's a visual identity, you ask? It's a common look and feel that
stretches across all implementations of our program, but it gives each
region a chance to localize the look. Many of you may be familiar with
the visual work done for the 10th Anniversary celebrations last year
and all the truly awesome localized works that came out of it; we want
to capture that spirit for the Education Program as well. David
Peters, the designer of the 10th Anniversary identity, has been
working with us for several months to get this look right.
Here's how it works:
* We provide a handbook that shows you how to create a mark for your
local region (school, state, city, etc.).
* We provide assets in SVG format, which you can incorporate into your
* You upload your new mark to Wikimedia Commons and add it to our gallery.
* Use your new mark on campus T-shirts, outreach banners, wiki pages, etc.
And if you have any questions… let me know!
Wikipedia Education Program Communications Manager
(415) 839-6885 x6649