Tsukuba University of Technology creates a communication mark

The "Communication Mark" to be used
for the publicity work, etc.
(photo: http://www.asahi.com/)
 October 8, 2014

The Tsukuba University of Technology (NTUT) located in Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki Prefecture, the only university for the students with visually impaired and hearing loss, respectively in Japan, made the new mark for its publicity work, the "Communication Mark." It will be used for the pamphlet of the university, etc.

The mark shows two objects designed in two colors. Reportedly each object expresses the vision for a deaf person, and the hearing for a visually impaired person, meaning the communication which is not restricted to a disability, the surrounding environment, etc.

The university started as a national junior college on October 1, 1987. The mark was developed in commemoration of  the 27th anniversary including the years of the junior college.

On the communication mark published by NTUT (Japanese):

Japanese source:

NTUT official websiate (English):

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