The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!

Remote Interpreting Service (RSI)

The Remote Interpreting Service (RIS) is looking for a logo!  RIS is a new service from DeafHear, IDS and SLIS- it’s being rolled out throughout the country in the public services. We’re looking for a logo that can be put up in the offices to show Deaf people that RIS is available there without them having to ask. 
RIS means that an interpreter is provided for a meeting over the internet- it’s like using Skype but the interpreter is not in the same building as you. 

All we want is that the logo is clear and easy to recognise- the rest is up to you.

We’re offering a prize of €250 for the winning design.  If you are the talented winner, please note that the design will then become the property of SLIS to use for the Remote Interpreting Service.

Deadline for entries is strictly Friday 20th January 2012.  More details are available on our website  You can send your entries

On paper to
Elfrieda Carroll,
Sign Language Interpreting Service,
40 Lower Drumcondra Road,
Dublin 9

Or By email:

If you are sending by email, please make sure the file is a JPEG, TIFF or GIF as we cannot open any graphic design programme files. The file should also not be more than 5MB in size.

Other Important Stuff
Winning entrants give SLIS the right to use and reproduce images of their work on all promotional material, including websites and in other digital and printed materials. SLIS assumes all entries are original and are the works and property of the entrant, with all rights granted therein. SLIS is not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant and will not become involved in copyright disputes. SLIS will contact winners in February 2012, after judging is complete.

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