The Science Party has a new name, and now it has a new look. As members of the Science Party, we are greater than the sum of our parts and we think Science and Technology are the building blocks of great policy. Our new logo reflects that.
The Science Party is optimistic about the future, and our new logo points to the direction we want our party and country to move: forward.
We want people to feel welcome in the Science Party, and to know that it is not only about science. We investigated some science-specific logos, but decided that a less science-specific logo better reflected our broad policy agenda.
Mathematics and programming
We think that mathematics, as part of the STEM field, is extremely important to advancing our society. The logo looks like a greater than (>) symbol and the geometric nature of the logo is also mathematical. Additionally, teaching programming in schools is one of our long-term held policies, and > alludes to computer code.
The logo is made of three cubes. This represents our commitment to make sure that we get the fundamental building-blocks of society right through good policies. We also think that the blocks evoke both science, which seeks to investigate the fundamentals of the world around us, and engineering, which is an important driver in technological advancement.
The Science Party believes that the economy should be directed towards maximising technological development to improve people’s lives. We believe that all people should have positive, healthier, wealthier, longer and free lives.
Our new logo has been designed as part of our name change in January 2016. A huge thank you goes out to our designer Nick Brzezniak for the time and effort he gave to the Science Party. Thanks also go to all of the people who gave us feedback on the Science Party logo.
The Science Party is staffed entirely by volunteers. We don't take money from corporations, only from people like you. If you want to help us bring truth and honesty back into politics please consider a tax deductible donation today.
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