We twisted gender roles shown in “standard” pop art (women with secondary roles and dependent of male figures) towards strong and independent women who code and (re)build new technologies. Eye-catching visuals shared in different social media engaged and announced the panel to a global and enthusiast audience.
The new Open Educational Resources logo was a way of create a common identity for the global OER community of practitioners, projects and researchers. The design creates a common visual idea and allows for the name of the term ‘OER’ to be expressed in different languages. It was officially adopted in the World OER Congress at UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris. Since then, it has been translated in over 30 languages.