The Overall Project:
The BC Civil Liberties Association will be publishing a handbook to educate Emergency Service Providers, such as the police, corrections staff, fire-fighters and paramedics, on issues related to HIV exposure in their workplaces. This guide will be accessible to emergency service providers, empowering these workers in understanding their rights, and enabling them to make informed decisions in regard to testing and treatment of occupational risks of exposure to HIV/AIDS.
In particular, we hope that the guide will encourage emergency service providers to think twice before relying on forced-testing provisions and court applications that could result in the violation of the rights of marginalized people living with or at risk of HIV infection.
Design Work Required:
To make the 'HIV in the Workplace' guide more appealing and accessible, we need full colour icons that can be integrated into the guide, and used in any promotions for the resource. Although the icons should be distinct from each other, there should be a visual connection between them (ie: consistent colours or fonts, etc). The icons should include the actual word listed below. Colours that are consistent or complementary to our organizational colour (dark purple) are preferred.
The BCCLA requires icons for each of the following words:
2. Occupational Exposure (1 and 2 go on the cover)
3. Transmission Equation
This contest is for the production of 10 images. Payment will be transferred upon successful receipt of icons for all 10 words.
Organizational colours are purple & cold grey. Icon colours that are consistent or complementary (ie: gold, coral) with the following are preferred.
Pantone: PMS 2617c
Pantone: PMS 7542c