Language Matters teaches highly-technical coursework related to language and interpreting. We're known for our technical precision, highly-skilled practitioners, and our innovation in the field. Our answers aren't black and white but take many variables into account to give nuanced advice and direction. We're not afraid to go against the status quo.
We want an abstract, symbolic, visual interpretation of what we do. How could you symbolize communication, precision, expertise, disturbing the status quo?
We do *not* want a text-based logo (we do not want LM in various colors and fonts). We do not want speech bubbles, sound waves, people talking. These images can be offensive to deaf people and should be avoided.
We want abstract interpretations that are visual (e.g., a drop of water and ripple to symbolize communication). Think visual, iconic, abstract, modern.