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Ohio Public Images is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting positive images of people with developmental disabilities in the state of Ohio and across the country. The logo we are developing in this contest is to promote an annual awareness campaign.
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This logo will be used to brand a year-long awareness campaign designed to promote the abilities of people with disabilities served by county government agencies. The theme "Ability at Work" is intended to focus primarily on people with disabilities working in their communities, but should not be limited to that theme (i.e., the logo can include job-friendly elements but not be exclusively employment-related). We would like this theme to work for any number of uses outside of the employment realm if necessary - essentially, anywhere we can focus on a person's abilities vs. their disabilities. The logo will be used on materials targeting a diverse audience - children, teenagers, adults, and seniors - so it should not be inappropriate for any age category. It will also accompany images of people with disabilities in all of these age groups. Typefaces used should be clean and uncluttered, and easily legible at very small and very large sizes. Designers should feel free to experiment between using the word "at" and the "@" symbol in the logo. Any representations of human beings included in the logo should not be reminiscent of bathroom gender symbols (i.e., circle for head with no neck) and should be realistic, though human being representations are not required. The logo should be able to appear on a transparent background if necessary. The logo should not include the universal blue symbol of a person in a wheelchair in any fashion.