We are developing a new initiative called the Washtenaw County Writing Center for Secondary Students. This is a partnership between Skyline High School in Ann Arbor, MI and Eastern Michigan University's Office of Campus and Community Writing and its community writing center, YpsiWrites. Since this is a new initiative we need a logo and visual branding to appeal to all of our stakeholders.
We need to create a unique and appealing identity for this new project -- something that will appeal to our stakeholders, which include middle and secondary students, teachers, and schools in relation to writing and literacy support. We also need strong and identifiable branding in order to appeal to potential donors and supporters.
Everyone is a writer, we believe, or has the potential to be a one. YpsiWrites provides a needed home for writers of all ages to find their voices, their purposes, and their audiences, and to find joy in writing.
YpsiWrites is a collaboration between Eastern Michigan University's Office of Campus & Community Writing, 826michigan, and the Ypsilanti District Library. We support writers of all ages working on any kind of writing--memoirs, resumes, business plans, stories, poems, letters, brochures, and many others. Writers can work one-to-one with tutors during our drop-in hours at the Ypsilanti District Library. They can also attend workshops on a variety of writing topics (poetry, zines, resumes) and special writing events (love-letter writing for Valentine's Day). Additionally, YpsiWrites partners with schools and organizations across southeast Michigan to support all writers through special programs and initiatives.