While it isn’t exactly a new 100 Building, it’s definitely a new look: the Bainbridge Island School District has recently re-developed its logo and are currently working to rebuild the district’s website.
The logo, which will remain a book, was redesigned by April Marriner from the California-based graphic design company Bonfire Collaborative.
School officials said they weren’t looking to do a complete rebranding of the district’s image, instead choosing to simply refresh the existing logo in order to make it easier to read and resize.
The district would also be rebuilding their website, utilizing a pre-made template by the educational technology company Blackboard.
Officials said the new website will be mobile responsive, ADA compliant and offer a better overall experience.
District officials said simply adding the new logo to the existing website would have cost $450. The new logo itself cost $650 and the redesign of the website cost $5,000.
Implementation costs are expected to be minimal, and the new website is slated to be operational in the next few weeks.