The State of Colorado has launched a new website, http://makingcolorado.gov/, that seeks input from Coloradans as part of the state’s branding campaign. The site invites anyone to “share a photo or tweet that represents what Colorado means to you. It can be…anything at all. Your submission will be added to the library our designers will use to create Colorado’s new look and feel.” The submissions are posted on the website, so you can browse and see what Colorado means to others. Additionally, the website outlines the phases that the project will go through: “inspire,” (the current phase of collecting ideas), “collaborate,” (the design process), “vote,” (where citizens can vote on what designs they like best), and “generate” (applying the design). Help brand our state by getting involved today.
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