This page lists some of the logos and posters I’ve made for different people and events.
Linux Install Days
- Edinburgh Linux Users Group Linux Install Day
- Edinburgh University Computing Society and EdLUG Linux Install Day: Download PDF or Download .PPT source file
- EdLUG Meetings
- EdLUG Meetings (for CompSoc Freshers’ Fair)
Open Source, Free-as-in-Speech, and Free-as-in-Beer: Download PDF.
- ThatScottishEngineer: This logo was created for personal use by Alistair Marshall of ThatScottishEngineer. ThatScottishEngineer uses technology to improve the field of chemical engineering. This design shows a computer mouse inputting into a chemical engineering process. This logo is copyright Denise Wood 2009.
- Student Tech Meetup: This logo was created for the Edinburgh University Computing Society’s Student TechMeetup. It is an official derivative of the TechMeetup logo. Please check with the organisers at TechMeetup for permission to use this logo. (2010)
- Edinburgh Linux Users Group: This is an unofficial derivative logo for the Edinburgh Linux Users Group and was intended to be used on a new website. This logo is authorised for use only by the Edinburgh Linux Users Group but anyone is free to use it if it has been suitably altered.(2010)
- Cambridge FreeInkers: This logo was created for the Cambridge FreeInkers, a writing group in Cambridge. To use this image, contact the writing group here. (2011)
- Cambridge TEC: This logo was created for the Cambridge Technology Export Communication. My design was black-and-white. The curve of Cambridge and the curved tail on the ‘g’ is meant to symbolise both the bridges of Cambridge and the bridge between Cambridge and the other countries reached by Cambridge TEC. Colour was added by the company. This logo is copyright Cambridge Technology Export Communication 2011.
- The University of Edinburgh Computing Society 2010:This design was created specifically for the UofE CompSoc hoodie. It features Appleton Tower as Domo-kun, terrorising the neighbouring Informatics Forum. The back of the hoodie had a LaTeX cheat sheet inspired by my talk on LaTeX earlier in the year.