Invitation to bid for consultancy services for the development of ILGA’s new visual identity


The Executive Board of ILGA invites bids from consultants to develop and produce ILGA’s new visual identity.

ILGA is seeking to procure the services of a consultant to develop and produce a new visual identity for the organisation.
ILGA will turn 40 years old in 2018: celebrations of this anniversary will begin in August 2018 and culminate at the next ILGA World Conference, taking place in Aotearoa/New Zealand from 18-22 March 2019. This is when the new visual identity of ILGA will be launched.

The call refers to the visual identity of ILGA as the global organisation, and it is not specific to its different regions.
Please see Terms of Reference to learn more about the brief, concept guidelines and required deliverables.

Time plan
The project to be developed will be selected in early July 2018.
ILGA’s new visual identity should be then finalised by early November 2018, when it will be adopted by the ILGA Executive Board.
The new visual identity will be launched during the ILGA World Conference in Aotearoa/New Zealand between 18 and 22 March 2019. 

The bid should contain

  • a proposal for a style guide for ILGA – including a new logo, typefaces, colour palettes and their possible applications
  • a description of your vision for the new visual identity of ILGA
  • your curriculum vitae
  • an online portfolio of your most relevant design works

Both freelance designers and agencies are encouraged to apply.

The deadline for submitting the bid is 24 June 2018, 11:59 PM Central European Summer Time.

Submission of bids
Bids are to be submitted by e-mail to Daniele Paletta of the ILGA Media and Communications department, at [email protected].
Please write ”ILGA visual identity” in the subject line of the email. Any questions can be directed by e-mail to [email protected]

ILGA is looking for a consultant to develop our new visual identity.
Help us outline how we will look like!

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