Seeing as we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Canadian CED Network this year we thought it was high time to update the logo under which we have flown for much of our history. We did not want to stray from the powerful imagery and symbolism of the geese flying in formation, only to bring more dynamism and boldness to our brand. Starting late last year we worked with Tracey O’Neil (https://simplelifedesigns.ca/) and have come up with the following new logo!
We hope you like this updated version of our logo and would love to hear your comments! If you currently have our previous logo on your website and would like to update it please contact Matthew Thompson at mthompson at ccednet-rcdec.ca.
In the coming weeks we’ll be adding this new logo to our various platforms and making other similar styling updates. This will include the beginning of a journey to update our central online hub, ccednet-rcdec.ca. We know that an information hub that includes learning, networking, and job opportunities, and information on consultants, research & reports, public policy, and news about members is a useful tool for your work and can help get new folks engaged more deeply. We also recognize that navigation around the site can be a challenge. With the sheer amount of information available, knowing what’s most important can be difficult and finding your way to Canadian CED Network supported programs or initiatives can be a bit of a maze. We’ll be focusing on how to best organize the information and make it as easy as possible for you to find relevant pages to your work and region.
Watch out for surveys and other opportunities to share feedback as we look to make these changes. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions, concerns or ideas.
By flocking together we’ll continue to travel much further than if we fly alone!