This is how the Young Reporter badge should look like:
It is awarded to a student that has mastered the art of gathering info and put it together in a text which is both informative and pleasant to read.
You can use whatever design tools you're comfortable with to build a badge and submit it to the group. The only requirement is that the final badge graphic is a square PNG image smaller than 250K. The recommended size is 150px by 150px.
The resources file contains a template file called P2PU_Badge_Template_v1.svg, and a font file called Princeton Normal.ttf, which is the font used for the P2PU logo. (Installing a font is a platform specific task so to install Princeton Normal in your particular computer please use your favourite engine to search for "install fonts XXXX" where XXXX is Mac, Linux, or Windows. If you are having any problems please leave a comment and we will help you out.)
Once the font is installed in your system, all you need to do is open the svg provided template and start modifying it, as explained in the next section.
The following video shows, step by step, how to use the template with Inkscape:
If you are having any problems please leave a comment.
The following video explains how to use the bitmap trace tool that was mentioned in the previous video:
Post a link int he comments to your drafts and final badge design for feedback!
Project goal is to develop an online tool, intended for the use of any Higher Education Institution(HEI) that wishes, which will simplify and facilitate the development and dispatch of ECTS Learning Agreements in an online environment.
In these terms the person, who wants our Badge needs to have knowledge about studying abroad and making the learning agreement (LA).
This is designed to be one of several badges that teens could win during my library's Summer Reading Program. Perhaps it should say Explorer, though that does sound like the Boy Scouts. I envision each badge encompassing a different aspect of our overall theme which is Beneath the Surface.
I also wondered how to get rid of the color leaking around the edges and give it a beveled look.