Nikola is not only a very talented and creative designer, but also responds super-quickly and absolutely accurate to any requests! We would definetly love to work with him again.
How CSMF started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
LeRoy's Big Idea
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Powered by CUE
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The LeRoy Finkel Fellowship was established to honor the memory of an educational technology leader. The fellowship supports educators with powerfully innovative uses of technology in the classroom, school-wide and beyond through a financial grant given at the Annual CUE Conference.
We seek to reach forward-thinking educators with great ideas for using technology in the classroom, but lack the funding to make them a reality.
LeRoy's Big Idea is the nam of the competitive-style session held at the conference in which six teachers present their 'Big Idea' to a panel of experts (and past Finkel Fellows) and one is chosen at the end as the next "LeRoy Finkel Fellow."
The Fellowship, and LeRoy's Big Idea are coordinated by CUE, a non-profit educator association based in California.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
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LeRoy wore large, thick, black glasses. I'd like to see a design that incorporates these glasses as a nod to LeRoy and his irascible personality.
In 1978, LeRoy Finkel joined a group of dedicated educators to create CUE, now nationally recognized for its leadership in promoting technology integration across the curriculum. LeRoy recognized that technology would become a major factor in the educational process. He maintained an informed perspective and appreciation of the long view that he always eagerly and generously shared as coach and mentor in his books and articles, where he praised good products, sniped at bad ones, and scrutinized every aspect of educational computing constantly reminding us to stay focused on the kids and the classroom, on teaching and learning, and on never being satisfied with anything but meeting the highest standards of excellence.