Jelly & Clapton Girls Academy Redesign Logo For ROK
Jelly is so pleased to have been a part of the new logo design for charity ROK (Reach Out 2 Kids), working with students from Clapton Girls Academy to create the final logo and support them in the creative process.
Jelly is so pleased to have been a part of the new logo design for charity ROK (Reach Out 2 Kids), working with students from Clapton Girls Academy to create the final logo and support them in the creative process. The students followed a brief set by Jelly with access to the previous logo, company desires and colours to create their new logos and submit them to be considered.
The submissions from the students were incredibly strong, with the winning design being created by Aasiya Salahuddin-Khan.
“I was really surprised to see my name as the winner. It took me two weeks to create my logo – first drawing it and then making it on an iPad. I have never done anything like this before and it was a fun challenge. I would definitely do it again! I am over the moon and so proud that my design is going to be used to represent ROK and will be seen by lots of people.” – Aasiya
The logo was then finalised and animated by Jelly director Justin Poulter for use across print, web and formal documents going forward. We are thrilled to have been able to support ROK and the amazing work they do whilst also giving the students from Clapton Girls Academy the opportunity to express their creativity and gain a wider understanding of the industry.
“Thanks to everyone at Clapton for the extremely high level of entries to the ROK logo competition, picking a winner turned out to be a much harder task than we had expected!” – Chris Page, Jelly