New KMA Logo
The original KMA logo dated from the inception of the Association in 2010 and was in need of review. Through AISWA’s Niki Preston, Utari Mijayanti, Media and Communications Officer, along with Andrew Beck, Aboriginal Education Consultant at AISWA, we reviewed the logo. Our main requirements were that the logo reflect our focus on Aboriginal students. After a couple of iterations, Utari provided a logo we were happy with.
The new logo:
- Keeps the burnt orange from the old logo and removes the bright red
- Modernises the font
- Has concentric circles representing the sharing of a specific site, waterhole, or meeting place. This symbol is used to describe the Association as a meeting place for individuals to improve the literacy levels of Aboriginal children.
- Has small circles (on the outer side) symbolising a child, and emphasising the Association’s primary purpose.
The new KMA logo is now on the KMA letterhead and on email, website and Facebook banners.