NMEDA Reveals New Logo
- By Laurie Watanabe
- Mar 08, 2010
The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) has unveiled a new logo designed to illustrate the work done by its adaptive automotive membership.
The new logo – which depicts the familiar “person in wheelchair” symbol surrounded by the outline of a car – was shown to attendees of NMEDA’s annual conference last month, according to a news release.
In describing the new logo, the release said, “At a glance, when a person affected by disabilities or not sees it, they would know exactly what the association represents – automotive mobility solutions and services for people with disabilities.” In addition, the logo’s blue color was meant to mimic disabled parking lot signs, while the rounded-rectangular shape of the logo emulates the shape of road signs.
NMEDA also released a new graphic standards manual.
NMEDA Executive Director/CEO Dave Hubbard said, “It’s a phenomenal feeling when what you thought could only be conveyed by using several words can be represented in one concise, yet comprehensive image. On behalf of our 650-member organization, I can say that our new logo and graphic standards manual paint the proper picture, complete with streamlined language, of how to tell the NMEDA story.”
For more information, visit nmeda.org.
Laurie Watanabe is the editor of Mobility Management. She can be reached at email@example.com.