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Logo Contest


NAAL Logo Contest

Create a logo that represents NAAL's purpose and vision

and receive recognition plus a $100 cash award! 

  1. Entry must be an original, unpublished design created specifically for this competition. Emblems may not be copied from online and cannot be copyrighted materials.
  2. The image chosen will become the intellectual property of NAAL to be used/edited as needed, and the only compensation for image creator is the contest prize. NAAL will retain exclusive rights to the image.
  3. The selected image will be able to be reproduced and displayed to the public.
  4. Final designs must be an electronically submitted PNG or Vector image.
  5. Image size should be 300 dpi or greater and may be round or square.
  6. Full-color or one-color images are acceptable. CMYK, RGB, and closest hex values should be provided for colors used. In the case of full-color logos, the logo should also be provided in one-color white and one-color black.

All employees from NAAL member institutions and UA SLIS students are eligible to participate.

Individual and institutional entries will be accepted. 

Participation in the competition implies the acceptance of the contest criteria and the judges’ final decision.

For questions, email sheila.snow-croft@ache.edu or bkelly@faulkner.edu

Email submissions to NAALlogo2020@gmail.com

 

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The Network of Alabama Academic Libraries (NAAL) is an unincorporated consortium of the Alabama Commission on Higher Education and Alabama’s public and private four-year colleges and universities. Our primary purpose is to foster communication and cooperation between member libraries with a focus on purchasing and sharing collections, products, and services that foster teaching, learning, and research. Libraries not affiliated with member institutions may participate as nonvoting cooperative members.

.Sheila Snow-Croft, Director

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