Thursday, February 4, 2010

Creating a Logo for your department

 Today, while preparing a session for the Welcome Back Meeting in our school, I felt the need of having a logo for the ITC department.
 I found this one online: Free Logo Design and created one for CCBEU ITC.

 It doesn't offer so many options but it is free.

 Using the logo I tested the PhotoFunia which is site for manipulating images. I got the link with Ana Maria and Ozge.



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