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Jason, 25, who is studying for a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at the college in Hornchurch, Greater London, will be presented with Havering College of Further and Higher Education has announced that emerging designer Jason Cook has won its logo design contest.

Jason, 25, who is studying for a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at the college in Hornchurch, Greater London, will be presented with £500.

His winning design will be included as one of the options should the college consider rebranding in the future.

Jason's entry was judged the best from 16 entries which were displayed on a special facebook page dedicated to The Big Ask competition.

Jason, who lives in Hornchurch, describes his design as a "serious logo which is both eye-catching and practical. The logo is organic and free flowing and also symbolises 'the road to success' and success is a core value of Havering College."

Havering College Prinicipal Maria Thompson said: "I would like to thank everyone who used their creative imaginations to come up with some very striking logo designs and I congratulate Jason on his winning entry."

Jason Cook - The Big Ask winner

To accompany Jason's design he wrote:
After spending a considerable time designing multiple identity alternatives for Havering College, considering both emotional, symbolic and practical solutions, i came to the conclusion that realistically Havering College needs an attractive, modern logo that still retains elements of the current identity which we all relate to and know. This is a serious logo which is both eye catching and practical, the logo is organic, free flowing, and also symbolises 'The road to success', and success is a core value of Havering College. The white of the 'H' breaks up the green and blue, and subtly turns into a 'C' at the end. This logo is designed for window vinyls in mind too, as the negative 'H' will be transparent. Finally this logo is still crystal clear at both tiny and banner sized dimensions.

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