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Mozilla Brand Identity Research Challenge #72
Help us define Internet freedom through photography.
Mozilla is fighting for an Internet with greater freedom from corporate control, and for a future where people are truly empowered, safe and independent in their online lives. These important concepts can be hard for the average person to understand. We have a hypothesis that relating messages about Internet freedom with photos of real-life "Freedom" will help people see our work as relevant to their modern life.
We have a sense of iconic images for "Freedom" in North America, such as people enjoying nature. We know less about what images would represent the idea of freedom in other parts of the world, and this is where we could use the help of our community designers.
We're looking for photographs from Internet searches (or your own camera) that represent the concept of "Freedom" to you.
June 30, 2016
Design Research Needed
I'm trying really hard not to be cheesy here, but it's proving to be quite difficult. The best element to express freedom, is space I believe. The more, the better (?). This might be emphasized by a very small element (a person?) in a huge space. Like this:
A light tower might be a good concept for this as well. Attached some concepts of mine I found (the photos are Public Domain).