Partners meet in Brussels to maximize project’s impact
Partners from the University of Northampton and Autism-Europe met in Brussels on 14th December 2018 to discuss the progress of the project. The focus of the meeting was especially on the tasks related to visual identity, website, dissemination and measuring impact.
Designing the logo and overall visual identity of the project was taken to the next level by agreeing on the main components and colours representing the green from the original competition winner drawing, coral which is the colour of the year and supplementary yellow and aqua. The main topic of the meeting was revising the communication, dissemination and social media strategies. Regarding the website, requirements for the content and construction were discussed as well as the formal procedures to be taken in order to have the website designed.
Next steps in terms of dissemination were planned, including the release of the first newsletter. Partners from Northampton enjoyed the lovely atmosphere at the Brussels Christmas markets, indulged on traditional filling winter foods and tasted the local beers and expressed their hopes for Brexit resolution by taking a picture in front of the parliament.