Call for Volunteers: Design and Interpretation of our Logo

Dear Visual Creatives,

We are currently looking for artists to help us interpret the 2019 TedxZurich theme logo. Your artwork can be a pattern, an illustration, a graphic design project, a photo, as long as it will fill the “10” mask/silhouette and fit our palette.

We will select a number of artists; the selected artworks will be displayed on our social media channels to help celebrate our TEDxZurich theme this year: The Power of 10. Your name and preferred social media handle will also be shared in each post to give a platform for our local Zurich artists. 


  • Feel free to express your best creativity inside the 10-mask/silhouette;
  • Use the official colour palette attached;
  • You can change the background colour as far as it remains plain and it fits the official palette;(see example);
  • The typography can’t be modified
  • Please find here the templates following this link

Files required: JPG or PNG (RGB color code) 1200 x 628 and 628 x 628 px.

For any questions and to send your submission, please email:

Calls will be closed by the 10.11.2019.

Looking forward to receiving the works of your right hemisphere!!

Your TEDxZurich team!

Sarah Ebling

          Sarah Ebling holds a professorship in Accessibility Studies at Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and is a senior researcher at the University of Zurich. Her research focuses on natural language processing in the context of disabilities and special needs, specifically, sign language technology and automatic text simplification. Her groups’ contributions involve artificial intelligence techniques with a strong emphasis on user involvement. She is involved in various international and national projects and leads a large-scale Swiss innovation initiative entitled „Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies“ (2022-2026;