LOCSU unveiled its new logo and website at NOC 2018. The funky logo is made up of the letter “L” and combines to form a stylised square version of an eye. It’s a really striking make-over which was universally endorsed by the staff and board of LOCSU and NOC delegates when it was unveiled by Emma Pierce of Cream Design who led the external design of the project.
Emma unveiled how the new teal, lime, purple and lilac branding will work across a range of publicity channels, including the new website which has been revamped with a sharper navigation designed specifically for LOC and PEC users.
Head of Communications, Chris McGachy, explained that the next stage of the project will be to update the LOCNET platform with new templates and functionality.
The aim, McGachy said, was for closer working to co-ordinate content and improve messaging for LOCs. He told delegates that in addition to promoting our strategic aims, this would boost use of our training programme which help LOCs work effectively on a range of levels, from role-based skills to running AGMs and succession planning.