Always a pleasure to work with Vicko. Responsive and creative!
- Leonidas Lecter ☑
The design was exactly what we were looking for. We work together with this designer already the second time and we were again very happy with the result.
Very quick and gave a lot of different design options
- Remus Rigo
Remus was a pleasure to work with. He took the time to really understand my preferences communicated through my design brief and created a meaningful logo and website. Remus responded quickly to all requests and offered relevant suggestions based on his design experience. This referral for others to seek Remus' design services is the greatest compliment I can bestow on his work.
How WCL started their logo & hosted website journey
Who are you known as?
We Code Lab
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are "We Code Lab", a computer programming academy and software agency. We offer micro-degree-programs to address the skills-mismatch in Rwanda’s ICT sector. We provide high class IT training to working age Rwandan women (18-44) who do not necessarily need a prior degree or work experience in the field. The focus of the program is to develop expertise in the most in-demand ICT skills according to the Rwandan masterplan 2020 to foster the next generation of female tech leaders in the country. We address beginners and advanced female students alike.
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We are not heavily set on any of the color coding schemes. We selected three colors, but submissions can use 1, 2, or 3 of them.
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This document has several likes and dislikes in it.
There's a lot of very creative and interesting headwrap ideas out there! Google image search for African hair wraps: https://www.google.rw/search?q=african+hair+wraps&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQsaGB35DXAhVE0RQKHYyuBgoQsAQILw&biw=1555&bih=810
This face is really interesting. The warm colors make it look like the woman is glowing, coming alive.
We address women, but we are not girly. We want to enable women to make a living for themselves and open a way for them to grow past traditional gender constraints. Geeky and playful themes might also work - there's a competition in Rwanda called "Ms. Geek" which is where female students compete by presenting their technology projects.
Jimdo templates to explore
Homepage: Similar to Akilah homepage
Learn: Details on program, requirements, scholarships, and link to application.
Business Partners: Information about how to get involved as a private institution. Page should provide downloadable pdfs and contact.
Contact/FAQ: Who's behind the program, location, general contact info, a list of FAQs that we can add to.
Inspirations: Stories about career tech women, young students just starting in tech, etc.