The winning design was:
High resolution version:
H+Pedia participants are asked to indicate on the Discussion tab for this page which of the following four shortlist choices they prefer:
Please sign your contribution in the Discussion tab.
Voting will be closed at midnight Pacific Time on the evening of Friday 25th November.
The shortlist was selected by Humanity+ Chair Natasha Vita-More after consultation with the Humanity+ Board and the H+Pedia admin team.
Note: the following images illustrate how logos would appear in the context of a full wiki page
The following requirements exist for the logo of H+Pedia:
- The logo should be square, or near square, in order to fit into the design of the page template
- The logo should support the creation from it of a smaller "favicon" that can appear in web browser tabs
- The colour choice should be congruent with the colours used on the H+Pedia main page
- The colours on the main page could be changed in line with any new colours used by the logo
As well as featuring on H+Pedia pages, versions of the logo will also appear
From Natasha Vita-More
The following have been submitted for consideration by Natasha Vita-More.
From Elliot Sumner
The following have been submitted for consideration by Elliot Sumner
From Transhuman Tees
The following have been submitted for consideration by Transhuman Tees
Logos that may require a re-design of the main page's colours:
Logos using current H+Pedia colours:
Logos that use the same colour as the current H+Pedia sidebar:
Logos with a white background:
History of the H+Pedia logo
An initial placeholder logo was created by David Wood on 17 July 2015. This incorporated elements of Humanity+ branding:
A new placeholder logo was put in place in October 2015, removing the distinctive Humanity+ 'h+' symbol, since at that time, it was unclear to what extent H+Pedia would become an official project of Humanity+.
The new design sought to include a suggestion of an underlying globe, similar to the design of the main Wikipedia logo:
Shortly afterwards, a "favicon" based on the same design was introduced for the first time for the site:
Note: the actual favicon used is a shrunk-down version of this logo.